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    chisholm That whine is useful to scare off small animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokie
    Another good fan to look at is the ADDA 80mm hi-speed fan, they dont make a lot of noise but move quite a lot of air, 50CFM.


    http://phamcomputer.safeshopper.com/18/cat18.htm?480
    I've got a couple of these on my Alpha8045 & 8942's - I don't find them bad at all - of course I'm comparing them to the Delta 80cfm's I took off - the temps are only slightly higher under extended periods of load & OC-ability has not been affected at all

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    RDR Do you know what the difference is in the power draw between the 50 cfm and 80 cfm?

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    would anyone like to share their case fan setups ?
    how many ?
    what size ?
    where ?
    direction ?

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    In my Lian Li case I have six 80mm 50CFM fans in my case..

    2 80mm intakes in the front .. 2 80mm intakes on the side over the CPU fan and the video cards .. 1 80mm exhaust fan in the rear and 1 80mm exhaust fan on the top of the case plus the 2 80mm exhaust fans in the p/s

    I also have a 90mm 60CFM fan on the heatsink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokie
    I also have a 90mm 60CFM fan on the heatsink.
    do you mean a 80mm or a 92mm ?
    are there any 90mm fans on the market ?

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    Some Yanks and Poms call the 92mm fan a 90mm one.

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    gotcha..

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    1 80x80 80+ cfm

    1 80x80 40+ cfm

    1 60x60 22+ cfm

    1 bay fan 42+ cfm

    1 card fan 42+ cfm

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    I've never heard anyone call a 92mm fan a 90mm, for what its worth.
    "In their capacity as a tool, computers will be but a ripple on the surface of our culture. In their capacity as intellectual challenge, they are without precedent in the cultural history of mankind." - Edsger Dijkstra

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