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Case Fans (80 - 120mm) currently on Ebay

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inertia

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Dutch? 50 sets of 3 120 mm 90 cfm fans and grills for $10/set + $7 shipping . . . . http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1247896371


dutch 10 120 mm fans for ??? + $? shipping http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1611167971


80mm fan with THERMO CONTROL BUILT IN, cool!!! http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1248553997 or http://home1.gte.net/vzn05zsf

120 mm fan $4 + $1.5 shipping might be sleeve!?!, doesn't specify exactly. http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1248670151

Sunon 92 mm $6.5 + $3.5 shipping http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1249823270


Rotron 120mm biscuit/blower £3.00 + £3.00 shipping in UK http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1249467017


I took the liberty of weeding out some of the fans that just don't blow = low cfm.

Lot's of Enermax PSU's too.
 

samuknow

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I have one of the 120 in the top link. Got it when I went to China. Killer fan.

I think I will try to get a set....

Great links thanks.....
 
E

el

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Well I think you guys should shop around a bit more cuz those prices seem a little high and so does the shipping but if the fans are killer than I guess they are a good deal after all. I got 16 fans today and will report back with the deal if they are all quality fans. btw paid 71shipped for all 16.
 

Hoot

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Those biscuit blowers are neat, for a compact source of cohesive air, but they are loud! Something like 50+ dBa. They may be more quiet at a reduced voltage, but they would also put out less than their normal 25cfm of airflow.

Hoot
 

Hoot

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I just added them to my surplus bookmarks. That Pabst 92x32 is a very nice fane and at $4.00, it's a steal!

Hoot
 

TranceBear

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You can normaly find cheaper fans at a local electronics supply house and no shipping!! I am using a brand called Orion that blow good and are not that noisy, and best of all, I didn't have to wait!!
 

samuknow

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Hoot (Jun 27, 2001 02:10 p.m.):
Those biscuit blowers are neat, for a compact source of cohesive air, but they are loud! Something like 50+ dBa. They may be more quiet at a reduced voltage, but they would also put out less than their normal 25cfm of airflow.
Hoot

This thing puts out 90cfm at full voltage....

I run the one (120mm) I have on a 7/12 fan bus. Still puts out a butt load of air @ 7v.

And the noise is tolerable....
 

Hoot

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samuknow (Jun 28, 2001 07:47 a.m.):
Hoot (Jun 27, 2001 02:10 p.m.):
Those biscuit blowers are neat, for a compact source of cohesive air, but they are loud! Something like 50+ dBa. They may be more quiet at a reduced voltage, but they would also put out less than their normal 25cfm of airflow.
Hoot

This thing puts out 90cfm at full voltage....

I run the one (120mm) I have on a 7/12 fan bus. Still puts out a butt load of air @ 7v.

And the noise is tolerable....

I was talking about the Comair-Rotron 120mmBiscuit/Blower in the lead-off post. The BD12B3 puts out 25cfm max. at 51 dBa. Here's a link to the Web Site.

Hoot
 
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inertia

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Well, I got one of the 6 3/4" 2.3A 12v DC fans for my radiator. My radiator's 6.5" X 10.5" so the fan should work nicely. I looked on the comairrotron.com page and this thing moves 205 cfm. Now I just gotta turn all the other fans to blow in just to keep up with that one fan blowing out :)
 

samuknow

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Hoot (Jun 28, 2001 07:57 a.m.):
samuknow (Jun 28, 2001 07:47 a.m.):
Hoot (Jun 27, 2001 02:10 p.m.):
Those biscuit blowers are neat, for a compact source of cohesive air, but they are loud! Something like 50+ dBa. They may be more quiet at a reduced voltage, but they would also put out less than their normal 25cfm of airflow.
Hoot

This thing puts out 90cfm at full voltage....



I run the one (120mm) I have on a 7/12 fan bus. Still puts out a butt load of air @ 7v.

And the noise is tolerable....

I was talking about the Comair-Rotron 120mmBiscuit/Blower in the lead-off post. The BD12B3 puts out 25cfm max. at 51 dBa. Here's a link to the Web Site.

Hoot

Sorry my bad............