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    Complete & Utter Member j.m@talk's Avatar
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    If you are any good at wiring there are even cheaper alternatives tho ....... Pends really what it is you want to do


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    Quote Originally Posted by j.m@talk
    yeah
    Why?

    Because they are plain black and have no nice features?

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    No cos all they do is spin ... or not ..... No AI ...... Anyways what ya gonna do with your cooling issues ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie2
    What is the brand and model of this variable speed fan?
    I dont know about the model.. but i know its a 80mm YSTech fan, i got it from newegg.com but they dont sell them anymore, i believe it pushes a good 50cfm of air at full speed although its a tad loud at that speed!

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    Sleeve bearings tho ......... Ya needs ball bearing fanz ........ Thems the kiddies


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    So my Kensington Piliot mouse has a piece of plexiglass in the top so i can see the word kensingtom on a peice of plastic below. to my great delight i found that if i carve a hole into the peoce with the word kensington i can see throught all the way tot the inads of the mouse and have a peice of clear plastic over it too. so i decided one day to try to fing a blue LED light... easier said than done on account i was 16, with no checking account and no way to buy stuff online. and the closest store with led's is 50 miles away... great fun no? so i tore apart an LED flashlight and took out the light, put noth ends onto a fuse inside the mouse, sodered it in there (tested it out first of course) and now my mouse had a stream of blue light coming out of the top in a beam just as bright as an LED flashlight would be. it's also really cool to look inside becasue you see a swirling dark area in all the blue light, it makes me soo happy..

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    Your gonna be the Prez one day


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