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Axelion

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After all of these upgrades I did, I'm thinking that probably I should change my case fan.
But I'm looking for a particular one. I'd like to have a pretty good case fan that uses 92mm. Yes, 92mm because my old case fan is using zalman 92mm ultra quiet led fan and I do not want to put this away. So can you guys give me a recommendation?
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I'm confused - are you looking for a new case or a new case fan? It sounds like you want a case to suit a 92mm fan is that right?
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I'm confused - are you looking for a new case or a new case fan? It sounds like you want a case to suit a 92mm fan is that right?

OMG....just replaced "case fan" with "computer case". Arghh....it must the corono I drank....it made me type case fan instead computer case lol

Yes correct! So far I can't find any computer case that uses 92mm fan =(
I wonder why there are tons of case that uses 80mm and 120mm instead..

Edited by Axelion, 20 December 2009 - 11:46 PM.

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Mostly you'll find you can fit them in anyway. Even if you can't find a dedicated 92mm slot, you can fit it in a 120mm slot. Even if it's only one screw holding it in place, done nice and firm it shouldn't go anywhere in a hurry.

Not the best choice but it may get you the job done.
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