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Did anyone ever see someone use a bolt and nut to put on fans. Really don't want to threat my fans.

Would I need rubber washers to dampen the sound?
post #2 of 4
I've used nuts and bolts before and I used rubber washers just in case.
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Use them all the time. In fact, most water coolers basically do ( if we count the threaded radiator as a nut ). As to rubber washers, I'd say that's up to you. I like using some kind of plastic washer to keep paint from scratching but I really don't notice much vibration any ways. Though, I do use NoiseBlockers and Corsair SP fans which both have rubber mounts built into the fans already.

Like so;

noiseblocker_sseries_m12p_120mm.jpg

corsair-airflow-fans-main.jpg
post #4 of 4
Same, fans are mounted directly to the radiator in my setup and when all three throttle down past a certain rpm I get a slight reverb. Not enough to make me use washers on them. You should be fine.
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