I replace my ugly black fan on the back of my MDD G4 with one that is clear and has blue leds. Its looks great but it just doesnt have the power of my old, ugly, NOISY, black one. I have noticed my temps climb up 2 C. Bummer. Anyone know of a good, clear, quiet 80mm case fan. I may have to switch to 2 60mm fans -maestro
a good fan that sucks.....a double entendre.....I think I need to go home....my mind isn't really working at the moment.....I just tried to make a little cartoon with the smileys, but it didn't post properly .....sigh.......this crystal light stuff is good, but I am not having as much fun with it as that chick in the commercials.....didn't we discuss writing a fan comparison article on this .......maybe its this thinkpad sucking the life out of me.....maybe this post is the weirdest or most beautiful thing I've ever done.....fin.
Anything Antec or Coolermaster is the way to go. Never go for store or no name brand fans, as they tend to fail quicker than better made high quality ones. Average Antec Fans cost about $10 USD. Cooler master specializes more in the processor cooling area and fan controler type stuff and is more expensive..
Mobile-2.2Ghtz Core 2 Macbook, 4GB ram, 160GB HDD Server-Dual 1.42 MDD G4, 1GB ram, 4 random hard drives. PC-C2D 2.4Ghtz, Asus Commando, 2Gb ram, 3 hdd's in raid 5, 8800GTS.
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