To reduce the speed of the HDD (to reduce noise)?


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Is there any utility to keep the noise down to the CDM?

Segeyt, Samsung.
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If there is something worth contacting tech support. Neoficialni utilities risky to use.
IMHO more reasonable to deal with noise isolation at the enclosure level.
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There is such a thing — AAM, Google this term and find a utility which can change the level of noise, but I warn you once — to the detriment of performance. And look does the noise, which you want to get rid of (since the normal hard work is rarely heard by themselves) as a result of vibration, then you will help an insulating gasket between it and the housing.
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Programs of type MHDD and Victoria allow you to control AAM, though not all drives support it.
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Once upon a time interested in this question. On the old Sigaty could set utilico (even Dozovuju) change the performance/noise, but then her site was removed and a new series of hardy it no longer worked. As it turned out, the patent for Acoustic Management was IBM, now accordingly, Hitachi. I assume that the firmware of hard drives still somewhere remained able to tweak, but in the formality and accordingly the correctness of the method guarantees no one will not give.
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PS: In the faq on the website of Sygate to the question "is it possible to reduce noise at the expense of performance?" was given a terrific response — "we produce only high-performance hard!"
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From hdparm -h:
-M Get/set acoustic management (0-254, 128: quiet, 254: fast)
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Then you need to decide that going to reduce the revs or the noise? After all, the concept is not quite identical ;)
Acoustic management reduces turnover, and the algorithm fidgeting heads, which screw is quieter or louder in the operations of VV/vyv. ;)
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IMHO if you want to reduce the noise, then there is no solution better than silicone washers. Cheap and cheerful.
There are plenty of 5" rekov, reducing noise — but in fact it is the same.
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If the requirement is hard, you should think about how to buy a low-noise disk.
It can be either any modern slow-speed disk — or just a successful model for 7200.
Seagate Barracuda ES.2 is a perfectly respectable option.
If money is a wagon, and a lot of places do not, then you can even buy a SSD.
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