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Thanks guys, i will leave rep to all who helped a little later on today
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I bought a ZALMAN 92MM. It blows out a ton of air at 2800RPMs
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post #13 of 15
Make a voltage divider with resistors to avoid burning out the fans with too high voltage.
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post #14 of 15
Get a Nidec beta 5. 92mm, HUGE airflow.
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post #15 of 15
Definitly go with a push fan, heck you could even do a push pull comfig if you so chose.

I have seen some amps with stock fans and they are always intakes. A positive pressure design does make the most sense in order to help keep dust out.

I would only question why you are doing this in the first place....unless the amp is shutting down due to thermal protection circuitry, you will reap no benefit from this mod
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