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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by IamJacksSmirkingRevenge, Oct 2, 2006.
I dont want it to sound like a chainsaw. anybody knows?
it will probably only have one small fan, meaning not very loud, im not sure about the disc drive though
are u following me?
Are you allright in the head?
The Wii is built to run quiet and small. It is the least likely out of the three next gen consoles to "sound like a chainsaw".
Are you following yourself. Pizzaluvr gave you what was a pretty good explanation to your question.
I heard that the 360 was very very loud when it was first released but the disc drive was changed to a quiter version and its not a bit quieter. From what i've heard the PS3 is suppose to be almost silent but i don't know how confirmed that is.
I'd guess that since the Wii is a mega upgrade on the Gamecube Nintendo will be very familiar with the hardware so hopefully it won't be too loud.
the wii has 90MN the ps3 has 65NM. anyways i hope the wii is quiet.
at first i thought you meant how loud the speaker on the wiimote will be, i get it now.
Anyone know how loud the Wiimote speaker will be? I can't really tell from the videos because of the crowd and stuff
What does 90MN and 65NM mean? I think that the PS3 will actually be a really good console in terms of bugs and stuff. I think Sony might have learned from Microsoft's mistake in the 360 and kinked out all the bugs and it should be nice and quiet.
The Wii however will be so quiet that it'll suck up sound like a blackhole!
teh gamecube was really quiet. i think wii will be too.
Yeah.. it seems to small to make too much noise..
^OOooh, but doesn't the fact its so small constitute more powerful fans, to stop overheating.
But nevertheless, it wont be louder than a Gamecube, and as long as you're playing with the TV not muted, the sound will be ignorable, easily.
I never hear my 'cube over the noise of the tv....
me too look the fan wont be noticed the speakers and the tv will cover any noise
cant be too loud, its so small
ill be ok, if i can hear the tv over xbox 'truck engine' 360 i can handle the wii lol
yeah same here
ive only heard my gamecube while i was playing once
and it was with a used game so that was my answer
so yeah it should be reletivly quiet unless you seriously screw up the disc or your Wii somehow someway
if you read the interview on wii.com they talk about the amount of noise the console will make and the factors that they took into consideration when making the console really small yet having the console have an ALWAYS on feature
Lets do this, on a scale of 1-10, 10 being 360 loud, 1 being GC loud, the wii should be about -4.
Well judging by the size of the Wii, it should be almost nothing when turned on. On the other hand, my 360 sounds like a 747 Jet taking off. But yeah, the Wii should be very quiet.
Well it can't be that loud i mean the gamecube was silent enough so why would the wii be any diffrent
Mines quite quiet, or at least it's covered by the sounds of gunshots