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Old 10-07-2007, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok well heres my case as we speak now (i took the things in front so u can see)

how do i put 2 more fans on the front????? and for my fan controller how do i hook up these fans??? i tried and it did NOTHING..........
o yea btw my power supply sucks is it possible to buy a power supply that has like removable wires????

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Old 10-07-2007, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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for the fan controller you are plugging in the rpm sensor (yellow wire) you should plug in the red and black wires


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yes, you can buy a modular power supply which has some set in cables (preattached) and some detachable ones
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i see but this fan controller is suspose to turn the fans like completley off when i turn the knob but it doesnt
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by the way how do i put for fans in on the front??
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ok now everyone dont post all at once now
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Old 10-09-2007, 06:42 PM   #7 (permalink)
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you can put in something like this:
Scythe "KAMA BAY" 120mm Fan for 5.25" System Cooling - Black Products Model: SCKB-1000BK [SCKB-1000BK] :, ... sleeve it and they will come
but it will take up 3 slots. As for the other 2 on the bottom. I wouldn't worry about them and stick with 2 fans in front. that should be more than ample cooling...

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i see you took the pic with a tmobile razr, lol (i think)

more fans the better make an adapter out of cardboard and use those exta bays
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*cough* one of your LED light dont work

you should organize the wiring i can barley see the Power Supply lol.
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is that a antec true power i see there? sorta looks like one..

and i love my armor! is that too the amd edition?

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