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Old 08-09-2005, 10:28 AM   #11 (permalink)
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if i put a fan next to my video card do you want to blow air on it or blow air away from it?

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Old 08-09-2005, 10:47 AM   #12 (permalink)
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That’s a good question what is..... Whatever is the best? hell can I use this fan? Delta 120x38mm TFB1212GHE

Extreme High Speed that **** says it has 220.01 CFM that’s crazy!!! I bet a few

of thease baby’s would kill all the heat right if I hooked them up to my fan controller

and ran them at full speed? Well let me know what everyones thoughts are on this…..because if i put one in the front

back and behind the PSU (if there is a PSU i can buy that will hold a 120mm fan that is) at full speed what do you think the results would be?

Note: what do you think the results would be on a CPU i could
mount one on right now I have a thermaltake big typhoon it uses

the same sized fan but has 54CFM but my CPU is cool enough I suppose it runs at 37c and nothing over 45 but I wounder what

kind of results would be with this fan on top the heatsink insted of the one that came with it. man this is just too much thats the

crazyiest **** I've ever heard I wounder how long thoes fans last...probbly a week at that kind of rate you think?

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