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    i got a good all copper heatsink and i wanna stick a bigger fan on her. the heatsink is 70mm and i want to put a big ass 120 mm on it. ive only been able to find adaptors for 70mm to 92mm. does anyone know if there are such thing as 70-120mm adaptors and where to get them? Thanks

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    do you have enough space around your cpu to seat a 120 mm if you do find an adequate adapter:?:
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    70mm to 92mm is the biggest I've heard of so far.

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    What i would suggest is be a little creative and buy a 80x80mm piece of steel/plastic.
    Then cut a hole the same size of your 70mm fan hole, then drill holes for the 70mm fan.
    After that, buy a 80mm to 120mm adapter and attach it to the plate.
    And to finish it off, buy your 120mm fan and mount it to the adapter

    Should work nicely :devil:
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    well having the smallest freaking box ever the power supply will probably be in the way so thanks for the insight. you can only see like 3 quarters of my cooler. but being the crazy kid i am, ill improvise something. as for gettin the sheet of metal and drilling holes, well that sounds like a good idea and ill consider that too. thanks for the replies fellas. :thumb:

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    Sheet metal?
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    metal, that comes in a sheet, cut off what you want and make a masterpeice. pretty cheap too.

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    I guess I might be too late but, you could make a custom shroud.
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    nope, hows the best way of goin about that?

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