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Old 08-07-2007, 07:34 PM   #31 (permalink)
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okay i need a link to somewhere that sells the coolermaster (AMD lol) green led fans.
i need 2 x 120mm and 1 92mm.
someone HELP!
i found the thunderblade on newegg @21db 120mm, but no 92mm, and no coolermaster green at all.
Cooler Master 120mm Green LED Fan (TLF-S12-EG)
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Old 08-07-2007, 11:35 PM   #32 (permalink)
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SilenX 120x120x25mm - 14dBA - 72CFM iXtrema Pro Green LED Fan (IXP-74-14G) - FrozenCPU.com
SilenX 92x92x25mm - 14dBA - 42CFM iXtrema Pro Green LED Fan (IXP-64-14G) - FrozenCPU.com

the silenx fans don't actually get 14dBA though
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Those fans are way too much, and I've been hearing not so good news, on them.
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Okay, I emailed Anyware (wholesaler and distributer in Australia) and got this:
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Yes, we will be getting this case in…
ETA is unclear at the moment… Will be approx 6 weeks…
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thanks for the input guys...
b1g, those fans are out of stock, and the link you gave says they aren't gonna be stocked. thanks for tryin, though.
apok, i saw the silenX fans, but thought them a bit pricey myself. also wondered if that dB rating was a bit low...they move a lot of air.
i may just buy the thermaltake 120mms and the silenx 92mm. i need to greeni-fy my case.
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or you could buy 2 x cooler master blue LED fans and replace the blue LED's with green ones
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I have one Cooler Master 120mm fan which is a 19dba version, and by the way the LED's are mounted, they're almost impossible to take out without cutting a fair amount of plastic.
I can't believe I didn't think of this before: I could always just use a drill.
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I found when drilling plastic use a bit of masking tape on top of the area you are going to drill it cut's down on the mess and makes the whole thing alot more simple when it comes to marking it and will stop scratches if the drill bit decides to take a wander.
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I feel a dremil expedition coming on!
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I feel a dremil expedition coming on!
Actually, I am thinking about making a few small holes for cable management
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