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If im getting a new case which is this one. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811133056.

THe case comes iwth a fan Bracket. This:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ShowIm...e+Panel+Window.

You got to go to the little pic of the fan bracket. How would i take that fan bracket thing and put it at the front above the cage for another 120mm led fan? I need help so if someone can tell me how that would be great.
    
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Usually the front fan is mounted down low in front of the hard drives and the drive bays are recessed slightly to allow for the fan. You could possibly get rid of a few of those mesh bay covers above and just zip tie a fan just above the existing fan. Those front doors just have to clear the sides. If it comes with metal bay covers, then you might be able to screw into those. I don't think you'll be able to mount a second front fan that is flush with the lower fan unless you cut the above metal drive bays some.

Edit: No, I'm wrong, a 120mm will fit without cutting, but the mounting might be difficult.
Edited by losttsol - 5/11/08 at 8:04pm
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Well, u kno that fan Bracket i was reading that you maybe able to mount the fan bracket to the frotn and mount the fan on it. Right? or i can jsut buy a hdd cage.
    
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