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    suprafreak6's Avatar Suprafreak6 is Back!
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    Anyone know what size the case fans in the back of this case are?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...89#DetailSpecs
    im thinking that they are 2 80mm and in the front there is 1 120mm
    am i right?

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    It depends on which case but the most common is 80mm.

    Edit: Sorry I didn't click the link. Based on this picture they are 80mm.



    Edit#2: Read the Specifications list:

    Features: -Superior cooling performance with one front 12CM Fan and Dual Rear 8CM Fans
    Last edited by Virtualbody1234; 05-21-2006 at 05:01 PM.

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    i love you...haha iight guys thanks

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    I used to only have 2 back exhaust 80mm fans, but I pulled out a 60mm fan from an old Mac and installed it in the front of my case for air intake.

    I get a 2-3 degrees temp drop for my CPU and 5-6 degrees temp drop for my gfx card But the little fecker's loud like a banshee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedler
    I get a 2-3 degrees temp drop for my CPU and 5-6 degrees temp drop for my gfx card
    A 60mm fan does all that?

    That is one healthy little propellor.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker
    Quote Originally Posted by Seedler
    I get a 2-3 degrees temp drop for my CPU and 5-6 degrees temp drop for my gfx card
    A 60mm fan does all that?

    That is one healthy little propellor.
    Yah, I was surprised too.

    But the airflow out of the the back is much colder now compared to before without an intake fan.

    I guess bigger is not always better then .
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    Tell that to my exes.
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    It's not how big they are but how efficiently they displace air.

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