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    Coolers/Fans for 5,25" (Is this good ?)

    Is this fan good to keep the temp down in the cases ?
    http://www.justcoolerusa.com/products/cdrw/tt-900.html

    TT-900
    Specifications
    Drive Bay:
    Fits in 5.25" drive bay
    Fan Type: Axial
    Number of Fans: 2
    Total Dimensions: 210mm x 145mm x 42mm
    MTBF: 2,000 hours
    Air Flow: 80 CFM
    Speed: 2100 RPM
    Voltage: DC12
    Noise: 27 dbA
    Power: 3.12W
    Current: 0.26A
    Fan Safety: CE


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    Well, I don't have experience with it personally, but 80 CFM sounds pretty good. I use something like this:
    http://millisec.safeshopper.com/22/145.htm?650

    The nice thing about that is you can mount a hard drive behind it, and use it to cool your drive, or you can use it a case blower.

    Ryan

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    I have that same thing though I don't remember who I bought it from. It worked good in my last case where I had bad air flow. In my present case, it's not doing much because I've got much better airflow. I'd be willing to sell mine to you. mail me if you're interested finberg@finberg.net

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    Thx m8, But Im live in Sweden so its no good sending it here !??!?!


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    *** The worst investment u can do is a buy a new computer, buy some stocks isntead ***
    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
    Workstation. (Not yet ready)

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    Originally posted by Dr. MASS:
    Thx m8, But Im live in Sweden so its no good sending it here !??!?!

    Try "Claes Ohlsson" in Gothenburg...
    Don't know if they have the TT-900 though... But they're cheap...


    ugh!

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