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i had a copper head sink what had an 80mm fan on it and i put that on it and a silent 120mm fan after that it ran a lot cooler and made no noise
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i found some here also...lil cheaper and im not sure but it looked like pccasegear is in Australia?

http://www.coolerguys.com/fanadapters.html
    
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