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Fan noise is just one of 'artifacts' of trusting your home PC to deliver your music well. But I will persevere whilst admiring your quest and the single board systems other forum members have set up over the years...

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I have since come to the conclusion that I ought to invest in a dedicated digital transport rather than simply use a mini fanless PC directly. The mini PC may be better used as a controller to speak to the dedicated system chain over wifi. I won't be streaming audio data via a network but I would like to try remote access as a means of controlling the isolated system. A USBridge Signature combined with a Digione Signature looks promising. But rather than outputing the clean USB data stream to an external DAC, I may input an audio data stream from solid state drive or flash drive to the CPU then output it to Majestic via coaxial. Wireless ethernet adapter means a wired signal path, with remote control from my seat. I still have a lot of reading to do first.
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