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post #1121 of 28613
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It's a fat fan and in a case that is made as tight as the CMSS you may have issues with it unless you just plan it as an inlet fan for the front and that I believe is a 140. Guys correct me if I am wrong on this.
You are correct it is a 140mm fan in the front
and to push it in you have aprox 37 mm so a 35mm fan will be a very tiwgh squeeze too get in to the front
post #1122 of 28613
Hey guys, I put the R4 fan on the side of the case and it makes a humming sound. It is loud when you put there. How do I make the sound go away?
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would M3/h be the same as CFM?

Sorry i'm not familiar with air flow measurements.
    
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Hey guys, I put the R4 fan on the side of the case and it makes a humming sound. It is loud when you put there. How do I make the sound go away?
Some one said that its the vented plastic that is on the window that is causing the problems. But you can also try to put some small corrogated box material (four small pieces) on each corner between the fan and the plastic window and see if that helps. Also if you have a gel type piece of something laying around you can use that too. But if its the vents your gonna have to change out the window and buy seperate black grills to go on it. but I really think that its the plastic vibrating. One way to tell is push slightly against the window while the fans are running and see if you get any change in sound.
    
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would M3/h be the same as CFM?

Sorry i'm not familiar with air flow measurements.
Yes. Just google "m3/h cfm" for some more insight
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would M3/h be the same as CFM?

Sorry i'm not familiar with air flow measurements.
M3/h is not familiar to me but If I remember my old math classes this is how I read this
Cubic Meter per Hour Since a meter is roughly 3 times more than a foot. Then a M3/h would equal 1 third of the total of CFM X 60.

Cubic Feet per minute would equal 60 CFM equal to or less than 120 M3/h But that is a Rough estimate and the 120 would probably be about 165 because a meter is a little bit more than a foot.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 9/26/09 at 10:26am
    
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post #1127 of 28613
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M3/h is not familiar to me but If I remember my old math classes this is how I read this
Cubic Meter per Hour Since a meter is roughly 3 times more than a foot. Then a M3/h would equal 1 third of the total of CFM.

Cubic Feet per minute would equal 60 CFM equal to or less than 120 M3/h But that is a Rough estimate and the 120 would probably be about 165 because a meter is a little bit more than a foot.
70 CFM=120 M3/h
the convertion number from M3/H too CFM is x0.58 to get the most accurate convertion and x1.69 for CFM too M3/H
Edited by MlbrottarN - 9/26/09 at 10:33am
post #1128 of 28613
Thank Mil.. I wasn't too far off and I was guessing.. I feel smart... duh.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 9/26/09 at 1:07pm
    
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Thank Mil.. I wasn't too far off and I was quessing.. I feel smart... duh.
You were very close indeed.. but i used a program called Convert i found somewhere sometime ^^
post #1130 of 28613
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Some one said that its the vented plastic that is on the window that is causing the problems. But you can also try to put some small corrogated box material (four small pieces) on each corner between the fan and the plastic window and see if that helps. Also if you have a gel type piece of something laying around you can use that too. But if its the vents your gonna have to change out the window and buy seperate black grills to go on it. but I really think that its the plastic vibrating. One way to tell is push slightly against the window while the fans are running and see if you get any change in sound.
Where can I buy those small pieces? I just went to home depot and they don't even have it.

Do you guys know by any chance where I can buy sand paper for lapping? I went to so many hardware stores and they do not have those. Online stores?
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