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    Would it be possible to fit a 120mm fan into the front of a p150?

    I ask as I would rather have a 120mm fan instead of a (or even 2) 92mm fan in the front. I know that it wont be able to screw in, but I could tape it or glue it in or something

    Was just wondering. Cheers
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    What are the air holes like? You should be able to get a quieter fan with similar air flow as 2 smaller ones, but only if the case allows it. Maybe with an adapter (space allowing)

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    If you are willing to dremel the case and drill some holes to screw it in with, then yes it will be possible.

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