Has anybody tried Dynamat Xtreme for Computers?


B

Bethany

Hi Group,

I'm looking at Dynamat's site and see that their Xtreme for computers is $5
more than their Xtreme for cars with apparently no difference.
I also don't see any difference between the normal and xtreme dynamat on
the boxes I side-by-side compared at Good Guys (well, one box _is_ pink).

Anybody try this stuff, and do you what differences there are?

I've seen some posts on Brown Bread and others as well, but dont' have a
good feel for how they compare.


Thanks!

-Beth
 
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Norm De Plume

Bethany said:
I'm looking at Dynamat's site and see that their Xtreme
for computers is $5 more than their Xtreme for cars
with apparently no difference.
www.silentpcreview.com is great for anything related to computers and
noise. I don't think that they thought Dynamat type materials helped
much. It's better at absorbing very low frequency sounds, like those
in cars, and just reflects higher frequencies.

I don't like the idea of having flammable fuel inside my computer, and
this may be a real risk because Dell recently recalled some servers
for a fire hazard, even though they were housed in steel and with only
fire-retardant materials inside.
 

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