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dimmreaper

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They are a bit too tall. The height of those fandapters will give the fan weight a lot of leverage, which could rip the socket off the motherboard, thats bad!

However I thinks it's cool that he will be making one for a 92mm fan!
 
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William

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yeah, it is neat, a bit too large though, maybe if it was half the size.
 

DennisC

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Jan 12, 2001
They are a bit tall, but overall I like the idea, especially the thought of using a 92mm. If I had to, I could find some way to securely support it.

Since getting burned on the "36 CFM" Volcano II fan, I'm looking for some genuine ways to get enough flow through a PEP66 to maximize it's potential. (Hairdryers or their sonic equivalents are not an option.)
 

AKDUDE

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Feb 13, 2001
JM I could not get your link to work.
Anyone know if someone in the states is making these things?
AKDUDE
 

Gunjaa

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Mar 23, 2001
us aussies have a lot of ingenuity,ive done a similar thing and it cost me NOTHING.
i used the bottom 4 inchs off 2 drink bottles (pick the neatest lookin ones) cut out fan holes screw 80 mm fan on inside bottom of one piece and simply push two halves together. looks trick and works well.
 

Slake

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Gunjaa (Mar 28, 2001 10:07 p.m.):
us aussies have a lot of ingenuity,ive done a similar thing and it cost me NOTHING.
i used the bottom 4 inchs off 2 drink bottles (pick the neatest lookin ones) cut out fan holes screw 80 mm fan on inside bottom of one piece and simply push two halves together. looks trick and works well.

How 'bout a picture of that setup. How much did it lower your temps?
 

asmodean

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Mar 21, 2001
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I've got a buddy who works in the metal industry. I've been thinking about having him make an adapter for me. I'll post the drawings as soons as I get them ready and the adapter done.