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The radial fan without modding.
I have the metal removed and a little bit of plastic dremelt so it is just the air outlet.
The advantage is the better the air can pass through and not swirled thus quieter,
and the non-turbulent air can then go cleaner to the backplate cooler.
Closed and just dermelt at the air outlet.
Here you can see I have soldered a resistor so that the fan runs on 7 volts and is therefore inaudible.
The 7 volts I have previously tested and found to be optimal.
Between the upper and the lower half come through the small slot ( red arrows ) in operation or air therethrough.
There I then sealed with super glue,
Advantage of this is that more air at the air outlet coming out because there is less air "lost", as higher effectiveness.
Here you can see the fully assembled Backplatemod.
Here I have drawn with arrows the airflow.
Bottom right I have an opening flows in the cold air ( blue arrows ).
It´s get sucked in by the fan and get pressed through the backplate cooling fins.
The air can then be extracted from the radiator fans through the two larger holes at the top ( red arrows ).
This is my little 14 week old sleeping boxer lady Amy.
I'm going to do exactly the same as she do,
Good night !
Tomorrow I will fill the back with egg crate foam on and finish the conversion work on the back.
Edited by MehlstaubtheCat - 10/8/13 at 3:05am