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Cooling: Dual Fans

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Stock fan: 51c Idle / 66c Load
Dual 80mm Fans: 43c / 55 - 56c Load

What I used:
- Black Tape (Hold the fans together)
- Crazy Glue the fans on the heatsink on the side (Easy to remove)





The Crazy Glue





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Oh, don't worry. I taped mine on. It's just for testing purposes. ...

Right Unknownm?
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Originally Posted by CorporalAris
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Oh, don't worry. I taped mine on. It's just for testing purposes. ...

Right Unknownm?

mine ha no way man. I'm leaving this on because my temps have gone way down
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You could bust out a drill with metal bits and drill some holes for zip ties in the HS or the PCB... that would hold up for sure.
That looks pretty mean though!
I would hate to see that soundcard die a horrible fan blade stricken death when the glue corrodes!
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You could bust out a drill with metal bits and drill some holes for zip ties in the HS or the PCB... that would hold up for sure.
That looks pretty mean though!
I would hate to see that soundcard die a horrible fan blade stricken death when the glue corrodes!

it won't be falling down. After I took those pictures I used a tool to grip on just the fans and made it hang for over a hour. It didn't even come lose
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Go for more, I hit 850 core on mine (unstable though)

I run 1050 mem stable though
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Looks good, id do it but even with my stock cooling and 2 12cm fans my pc is too noisy for my likings.
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