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200+ CFM 120mm fan

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Where can i find some around $15-$20?
i need quite a few so cheaper = better
and NOISE IS NOT AN ISSUE
i dont care if they sound like a plane flying over head, as long as they do their job really well
post #2 of 31
How about this one?
http://www.weirdstuff.com/cgi-bin/item/18097
$9.95
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post #4 of 31
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Originally Posted by Kieran View Post

has anyone used this fan that can give me some insight on its quality?

yea i want to get some of those very badly...they're just costly since i need like 6 of em
post #5 of 31
Where are you putting your computer that this kind of noise doesnt matter?!
post #6 of 31
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in the other room...lol 20ft VGA with wireless stuff coming out from behind the TV
post #7 of 31
Why even bother with PC fans if you want something super-powered?

You may want to look at electric radiator fans for cars. A fellow user posted this in one of my threads awhile back.

1550 CFM
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Why even bother with PC fans if you want something super-powered?

You may want to look at electric radiator fans for cars. A fellow user posted this in one of my threads awhile back.

1550 CFM
DUDE!!...i could put a 480 rad on the output of that thing!!!
THAT WOULD BE INSANEEE
not the 240sx fans but the carpet dryer
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Originally Posted by Hazzeedayz View Post
in the other room...lol 20ft VGA with wireless stuff coming out from behind the TV
I would highly recommend that you use HDMI or DVI for long cable lengths.. With digital you either get
A. Perfect video quality
or
B. No video at all

With older analog video quality is highly dependent on cable quality, and no VGA cable no matter how expensive could keep decent video quality over a 50 foot run.

Here is a suggestion. Although a high speed HDMI cable would be better.

I highly recommend that you measure the distance from point A to B with a string and then measure the string's total length to see if you can get a highspeed, shorter run of HDMI cable.
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