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b1ack1otus June 18, 2012 01:19 PM

Dvd drive noise issues
 
Do you guy ever experience when putting in a dvd into your dvd drive and it just ramps up in noise due to spinning so fast.

I need advice from you guys out there on what I can do to help with this noise issue.
My computer itself is pretty quiet but it seems like when I put the dvd into the dvd drive for either burning or reading, it becomes the loudest part of my computer which kind of sucks. :censored:

the dvd drive I have currently is:

Samsung SH-S243D/BEBE SATA 24X Black DVD Writer OEM

I'm assuming it's at which the disc is spinning? and what happens if I burn at slower speeds?

grinder June 18, 2012 09:03 PM

off balance discs are the biggest source of noise.... that and cheap tool-less cases. if you have the option to screw down your drive then do so. a reduction in spindle speed will also reduce the noise some.

b1ack1otus June 21, 2012 07:03 AM

thanks for the reply, i'm using corsair 600t as my cause and how do i reduce spindle speed?

Pabz0r545 June 21, 2012 08:52 AM

Take the drive out of your case and sit it on the shelf. :D That's what I do.

It is easy enough to hook up the times you need it, unless you are needing it all the time.

great_big_abyss June 21, 2012 09:33 AM

The only time I've used a CD is to install windows.

And these days, you can do that off of a USB stick anyways...


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