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Any vibrations to pc case?

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by jmmy23, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Active Member

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    I mean this can be harmful to pc ,for example if wall in room or floor shake for 1 second due to air draft from slamming the door. Just ask i bet even vibrations will not touch case.

    Pc case is Cooler Master Cosmos C700P. And case is on the floor of course. All parts are plugged solid.
     
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    BlackZero Ancient Guru

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    May be harmful to the cat.

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    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    Unless the case is made of air, slamming the door will have no effect.
     
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    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    I don't see why it would be harmful for the case itself to be subject of vibrations. HDDs or fans could be a different story though but still, you're talking about a second or less. And I don't assume your doors are slammed on a regular basis.

    You prefer your case shaken, not stirred?
     
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  5. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Active Member

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    That topic . Maybe i am little tired. But i am living in 4 floors building.I am living on 1 floor. And if neighbourhood from 2 floor slamm a door to his apartment and create for 1 second air draft that shake a little my apartment doors it will not affect pc case? Damn maybe i am sick today.

    I mean that vibrations if go to pc case or its not possible.


    ( yeah i know what you thinking: DUDE CALM DOWN ! :)
     

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