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Old 12-16-04, 12:27 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Antec, Chenming, others, case fan bracket?


Hey everyone.

This is my current case and this is how it looks like in the back. Click Me

I'm looking for those fan brackets that hold the fans to buy. Can someone help me and tell me where I can find them and/or tell me an alternative I can use for them. They are 80mm fans btw.

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Im sure if you call Antec or whomever, they would be glad to sell you one OEM as a replacemtent
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Old 12-16-04, 12:54 PM   #3
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Just searched Dirctron.com and nothing.....did you try newegg?

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How about an alternative to that bracket? Can i use something else to hold the fans?

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Don't know, those brackets are really efficent and smart...
Try looking around as I'm sure someone is selling them, try ebay.

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How about an alternative to that bracket? Can i use something else to hold the fans?
You can use fan screws or small bolts w/ nuts....I ditched my fan brackets long ago...
I still have them in my junk box..

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