Ultra X-Blaster Black ATX Mid-Tower Case with Front USB, FireWire and Audio Ports at TigerDirect.com
This is my case. My graphics card gets the hottest because my intake fan is in front and the exhaust is in the back, way above the gpu, so little cool air gets pushed onto it. The temperatures are tolerable; it gets up to around 65c and its max is 125c (if I remember correctly).
Anyway, I wasn't really expecting to add additional cooling, but then my brother's external laptop pad/fan broke and he gave it to me and got another one. I fixed the fan, and carefully removed it from the pad. Its a 70mm that plugs into a USB port...I was figuring I could put it to use and attach it to the vent next to the gpu. and use a usb on the motherboard to power it. I don't know the exact specs of the fan. Would this do much for cooling the gpu?
What would be the best way to attach it to the vent? The corner holes don't like up with the vent in any way.
[Irrelevant: I removed an iPod charger from the AC power supply and plugged in the usb from the fan, and it ran...and it made me happy (I'm new to this