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When you use the main frame of the fan and add it to a regular fan to improve the airflow of the fan usually and to work around the "dead zone" right by the circular part of the fan where the motor is.
so you cover the other side of the fan with the casing of another fan?
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so you cover the other side of the fan with the casing of another fan?
Pretty much, I'm not sure but I think it might also help static pressure as well.
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i got my fans from jab-tech for like $3.48 each HA, what are fan shrouds? i probably know but just never knew the name.
Quoted the wrong one =D
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Pretty much, I'm not sure but I think it might also help static pressure as well.
i've always been confused about static, negative, and positive air pressure can you explain that?
Isn't like static is neutral air pressure, negative is exhaust and positive is intake?
Edited by doat - 5/13/09 at 6:43pm
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Actually I wasn't referring to the mesh..... I was talking about painting the inside of the case white.....

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Oh well if you are not going to have a window or some way of seeing the inside i don't see the point.
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The window will be large enough to see through, but the image is what I am looking for... not just an open window, rather... a picture to look through... and led's to escape from
    
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The window will be large enough to see through, but the image is what I am looking for... not just an open window, rather... a picture to look through... and led's to escape from
I would paint the inside if you are going to do that, if you are going for a scheme them i would be thorough and paint everything that goes with it.
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I would paint the inside if you are going to do that, if you are going for a scheme them i would be thorough and paint everything that goes with it.

Posted both... inside...... maybe White.... for effect...... Case.... cut out to show more..... OH nevermind..........Case comes tomorrow! Will share what I do when it happens! (may take some time)

Just changed from the Q9300 to the Q9400 due to price and availability! $5 more for a better all-around...here we go!

HD will be pulled from old comp...400GB and a second 450GB.... externals of 2 x 500 and one 750.

My wallet feels lighter already! Only one more buy! POWER.... any suggestions there??
    
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i've always been confused about static, negative, and positive air pressure can you explain that?
Isn't like static is neutral air pressure, negative is exhaust and positive is intake?
Static air pressure, in our terms is how much air the fan is capable of successfully pushing, through a dense area like a heat sink. That's why you want a 38mm fan for your heat sink especially if it has fins that are dense, so it can push air through them easier than a 25mm fan would. A 25mm fan would be ideal for a case, whereas a 38mm for a heat sink.

As for positive and negative air pressure here's how it goes:

Positive air pressure is when you have more air going into the computer than going out, which means that air will try to escape any way it can from any hole. So basically positive air pressure = more intake.

Negative air pressure is the opposite, you have more air going out that coming in. This means outside air will try and find its way inside the case by any opening available, such as side panels and grilles and stuff. So basically negative air pressure = more exhaust.
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