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    what size fans are those in the cd bay...?


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    Perhaps 120 mm fans? Just a guess as that sucka looks friggin-darn huge!
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    umm im talkin abgout the 3 little ones in the bay drive area thing...

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    They are 40mm fans. You can't fit anything bigger in a single 5" bay.

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    These are 40MM fans, you can buy the kit at radioshack, just reverse them if you want'em to blow air out!

    that is what ive done ,the only airflow in my aopen case, drops the cpu temp of 5C!!

    :wow:

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    hrm, reading those comments, I can see that's a real high-quality website...:rolleyes2
    he's got a nice ductmod on the front, they can make a *huge* difference if the front bezel restricts the airflow too much (which most cases do)... but I still don't see this 'subwoofer' everyone's talking about.. *scratches head*
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    [whisper]I think they're talking about the big hole in the front:shh: [/whisper]
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