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Old 07-16-2006, 03:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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That is my case...

I wish i could see the computer case that i bought...





Joke i found this on google...
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Old 07-16-2006, 03:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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what a waste of fans, i bet that doesnt even make a difference, its probably makes it worse, if all of them are intake, HOT AIR CANT LEAVE!
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The right side is exhaust. Pwned.

Yeah, but it's a waste of materials.
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Old news about that case. I believe the back and the front is exahust, left intake > right exahust, bottom intake > top exahust, front intake > back exahust then it gets all confused and goes BLAH and the computer dies :classic:
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wow this is probably the best air-flow 'case' out there! Madness lol, does the CPU even get a notch over the room temp with such a cooling solution??

Just think of it, front is intake, read is exahust, left is intake, right - exahust = WOAH ALOT OF WIND GOING ON THERE!!!

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think about the power supply that has to run all that...
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well not really.....u would just need wat.....500---600 watt psu? cause isnt each fan like 4watts or something? cant remember from that wattage calculator. and way too lazy to check, lol.
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well I guess if you were really that bored......
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well not really.....u would just need wat.....500---600 watt psu? cause isnt each fan like 4watts or something? cant remember from that wattage calculator. and way too lazy to check, lol.
Well, if it is 4 watts, 4x70 = 280 watts... that's a lot.
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One of my 92mm fans is 1.8watts, and 1.8x70 is 126watts. That's not that much..

However, that is 10.5 amps, and roughly 21 amps at fan startup.
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