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    Phear my mighty phan



    See that bit at the bottom - thats the afterburner control

    tis

    honest

    ps Thanks to David and Pat at Komplett for sorting my situation out and bunging a nice little gift my way

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    aero the bubbly chocolate

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    I'm in lust

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    Does it pass the self propulsion test?

    I have used 120mm fans in the past they would move themselves across the desk under the power they produce. Well I say move I mean wobbled forwards a bit then fell over.
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    Wouldnt it be like a hovercraft tho??
    Cause it pushes the air downwards.. and that would lift it!

    please try and give us pics!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applecrusher
    Wouldnt it be like a hovercraft tho??
    Cause it pushes the air downwards.. and that would lift it!

    please try and give us pics!!
    I dont think that 400g of copper is going anywhere though


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    tis nice me gonna get one hehe! only prob is you wont eva get that adjuster bit to fit in the floppy bay as coolermaster havent made the sizes right still sweeet tho.
    Last edited by cm_uk; 24-06-2004 at 12:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve threlfall
    I dont think that 400g of copper is going anywhere though

    Well wouldnt you remove that before hand?? i know i would!! And I am gonna try the test with my Vantec Tornado!!

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    my systems similar in that it uses the Aero 7+ and also has 5 of the aero blower fans installed in the case as well

    Uber looking and they are quite quiet as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj45ethernut
    I'm in lust
    I don't think you'd wanna stick it in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applecrusher
    Wouldnt it be like a hovercraft tho??
    Cause it pushes the air downwards.. and that would lift it!

    please try and give us pics!!

    Since you asked


    Well here's my organised mess loosely described as a PC beforehand, and my old Arctic Cooling unit - ruddy marvelous little fella but starting to struggle with any overclocks..


    Please excuse the ebuyer £10.00 case and the ancient KT400 board

    A little dab of bread-sauce on the old barton and in she goes


    On goes the new unit - I removed the PSU to get in easier, the Aero-7 plonks on there beautifullly with a very easy to use locking lever to secure it.


    You get 2 choices for the fan control pot, front floppy-bay panel or rear pci-slot mounting - I went with the rear (snigger)




    And there we have it.



    So this fan controller gives you the option to go from near-silent to Harrier jump jet volume, however halfway seems to be a happy medium.

    Does it work ? Well I'm now overclocked to 3000XP speed and I'm rock solid stable (2500Barton) so there's a definate improvement.

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    Looks good mate. What are your temps?

    Rich :¬)

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    Heheh - I use an Aero4 on my 3.2Ghz P4 .. its not bad, albeit a little loud even on lowest (but I'm a quietness freak, lol - the 5 PCs in this room produce less noise than some single PCs).

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