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Thread: Too much CFM?!




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    i think my fans are running too high
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    I'm getting the RSPCA number as I type this message... ;)
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    From the looks of that I don't think your fans are running at all... :)

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    of course they're not running, i'm not going to take some stupid picture of my cat in my case while the computer is on and the fans are spinning at like 4000 rpms

    it started out i was tidying up some wires inside the case and she kept jumping inside it to play. so i was like "Fine, you wanna play in there? go ahead" so i shut the door and took a picture. i thought it was kinda cute.
    rig changes too much
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    When small animals (children, etc.) get sucked into those high performance machines do they eventually wind up in cyberspace???
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    poor kitty :cry:
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    just hope the cat doesnt cause any static and damage the computer

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    Lol!!
    Like my girlfriend's cat, he always jumps in the fridge, better not forget him there!
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    Man you'd better be careful with that fury beast, you don't want it to take a giant crap in one of ya 4.000 rpm fans, cause then ya might dislike the sight when a thin layer gets sprayed around ya whole case and precious hardware.. :eek:

    Not to mention the smell.. It could gag a maggot.. :barf:

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