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Fanless PC

Discover a truly powerful, full-functioning fanless PC with absolutely NO NOISE

Unlike other fanless PCs available today, every fanless PC we build is a truly powerful, fully-functioning PC built with absolute silence in mind.

Fanless PCS - every fanless PC a powerful noiseless computer

The Fanless PC | Passive Heatsink Cooling

Each Fanless PC is passively cooled using advanced heatpipe and heatsink engineering. Most of our fanless computers use heatpipes to transfer the heat from the CPU to the exterior of the case, which acts like a giant heatsink. This circumvents the use of fans, creating a totally noiseless PC.

Our NoFan PCs use a giant (fanless) CPU cooler to dissipate heat from the CPU along with a meshed or ventilated case, along with a fanless power supply.

Our HFX and Streacom fanless PCs use heatpipes along with massive aluminum heatsinks built into the case.

Additionally, we offer NUC fanless PCs built around Akasa and Streacom NUC cases, and an Akasa Thin Mini ITX Fanless PC for super-small (mini), but fully-functional fanless PCs.

Experience A Truly Powerful Fanless PC

Because of our wide variety of configurations, our Fanless PCs can be used for just about any purpose. Our fanless computers are especially useful as:

  • A Fanless HTPC (Home Theater PC)
  • A Fanless Media Server
  • A Completely Silent Recording Studio PC
  • An Absolutely Noiseless Workstation PC
  • A Low-Maintenance Factory or Industrial Computer (Fanless PCs have no fans to choke the computer with dust.)

For ultimate silence and unique craftsmanship, check out all of our Fanless PCs below. If you have any questions, or have custom design needs, please don't hesitate to Contact Us.
 

Every Component in Our Fanless PCs is Noiseless

We recommend using a Solid State Drive (SSD) instead of a standard (spinning) Hard Disk Drive in your fanless PC because Solid State Drives are extremely reliable, and have absolutely no moving parts to create noise. Standard hard drives (even quiet ones) tend to be more noticeable in a fanless computer, because there are no fans to cover up the disk noise.

Read more about How A Fanless PC Works.