Whether you’re building your own PC or you’ve bought a pre-built rig, you should know how to reduce the amount of noise it makes—especially if you intend to do a lot of resource-intensive tasks like high-end gaming. The tips and tricks in this article will show you practical ways to reduce PC noise, ranging from
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