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post #1 of 10 Old 12-06-2005, 07:34 AM - Thread Starter
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Just wondering guys if anyone has this shroud.
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I have already asked Danger Den and waiting for reply.
Does anyone have photos of it so i can see what it looks like?
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I wondered myself what it looked like, never found out though. Honestly I'd recommend making your own because the DD ones are quite pricey IMO.

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I have one! It is no big deal. I'll take pics of it when I get home tonight and post.

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i was gnna buy that one,but i could never find a picture,so i made my own out of 2 120x2 fans and sum weather stripping.

Personally i dont think it'd make a huge difference from a homemade cheap one.

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Theres a picture on the site for a single shroud and the double looks exactly the same. Just a clear peice with holes for the fans.

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I have one! It is no big deal. I'll take pics of it when I get home tonight and post.
Thanks looking forward to it.
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http://www.overclock.net/attachments...g?d=1130909481 Heres what it looks like setup.
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what kind of tubing is that? do you have a link? I've never seen anything like it. Very cool
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what kind of tubing is that? do you have a link? I've never seen anything like it. Very cool
It is actually heavy duty clear vinyl tubbing. It comes with a stingy mesh formed inside of the hose. I'm not sure yet whether i am going to use that kind for my system.
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steveo's pic is the same set up I have. Here is another pic
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