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Fyi, thd foam I used was a commercial 1/8" x2" roll type..it wasn't water cooling specific. It was just used to help seal the fan to the adapter..but any sort of foam could work. You could even go further by using those flexible rubber fan mount if you had the desire. I haven't noticed much benefit from decoupling fans using slower fan speeds, bit it can't hurt either.
    
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Originally Posted by somebadlemonade View Post
in the weather proofing section usually next to the windows and doors
It's 1/8" Sponge Tape for windows and doors, it comes in many different thicknesses for those big jobs. I also bought M4 button head screws that uses 2.5mm Allen wrenches and nuts for mounting of the BGears adapters.
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