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last week i bought 25 cougar turbine fans for 3.89 each before tax.

put 4 on my corsair H100. freaking awesome. no jet engine at computer start and much more quiet overall than the corsair fans. and cools like crazy.

overall best fans i tried so far.

so i had 2 more sold to friends for his computer build which i built.

now ran out of friends to sell those fans to.

so maybe i buy a case which an put in 25-4+2-2 fans so 21 fans still in oem packaging.

i bet even with 21 fans in a case it won't be loud still 17dba. hehehe.

i love fans for some reason always intrigued by them.

or just take another antec 300 case and then punch out a bunch of holes on the side panel.
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Lol I can just picture you hooking all these fans up and once you turn you computer on, your PC just takes off like a jet and flies off into the horizon......hahaha
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Send some fans to me first biggrin.gif I've got 15 in my Caselabs M8 but I'm using push/pull on my rads so realistically 9. A Cosmos II could probably take 7-9. I haven't seen pics recently so sorry if I'm mistaken.
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Have you looked at antecs lanboy air? Looks like it can take a bunch of fans! 15 to be exact.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129092
Edited by DishRagBoy - 11/15/12 at 4:07pm
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NZXT Switch 810 can fit a bucket load of fans in it thumb.gif
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Have you looked at antecs lanboy air? Looks like it can take a bunch of fans! 15 to be exact.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129092

This. The lanboy air can hold up to 15 fans. The Rosewill BLACKHAWK-ULTRA Gaming Super Tower can also hold up to 15 fans.
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Have you looked at antecs lanboy air? Looks like it can take a bunch of fans! 15 to be exact.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129092

and one great thing about the lanboy air is with the capability of 15 fans and the fact that it has 11 hard drive bays and a good amount of size in the case it makes a great case for building a server for something like a small business or maybe even a home server.
    
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And it is also great for gaming
    
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post #9 of 29
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thanks guys for the input. for some reason not receiving notices in my hotmail on this site anymore sorry for the late update.

i counted my computer right now actually has 12 fans. that's a lot. but very quiet.

4 on h100
200mm x 2
140mm x 1
video card x1
motherboard x 1
power supply 120mm + 80mm
another 80mm fan on the bottom for exhaust

does sound multiply or no?

say each of those fan is only 17dba and you put 100 of them still 17dba?
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Lol I can just picture you hooking all these fans up and once you turn you computer on, your PC just takes off like a jet and flies off into the horizon......hahaha

lol. very creative joke. sounds like something can go to family guy cut scene
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