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Old 08-18-2006, 02:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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can i know how many fans it has and if they include all of the fans and how e z is it to overclck cause i was told the ram im gettin overclocks like *snaps fingers* that
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okay it all says there, can hold 2 80mm and 2 120mm... the 2 80's come with it... the 2 120's is what oyu wanna worry about though, so you'd have to buy 2 120mm fans.. thats a very nice lil set up
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It comes with all four fans according to the manufacturer's site.
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thank you both ill buy the 2 120's but do i need to buyi grills
and what kinda 120 fans. regular or should i get leds
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811999344

get 2 of those, 110 cfm.. thats pushing some mad air..
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I dont like their cases, they all wind up being cheap quality and they are made with quite a few plastic parts.

Id take a look at some of Cooler Masters cases, Gigabytes Aurora, or Lian Li cases.
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silverstone makes some excellent cases too.. but just like lian li, they are very expensive
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