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I LOVE this photo.......



..... AWESOME
Noise-cancelling earphones are a must!

That has to cool pretty well!
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post #12 of 13
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How random that you were posting this while I was creating my thread! lol
Hehe, no kidding, looking forward to some numbers.
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You can see wher it hooks to the fan controller. That pisses me off I just bought 120Xtreme I would have tried this
    
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