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Thermaltake element T case fan change.

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by Ryan-3, 4 Oct 2009.

  1. Ryan-3

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    I know that the top fan on the case is a 200mm fan with red LEDs, and I want blue to go with my Alpenfohn Nordwand cooler for my Phenom 965 (that is very good for keeping it cool!)

    The red and Blue Clash, so I was going to change the top fan for a

    Akasa AK-F2230SM-CB 220mm Silent Case Fan - 4 Pin.



    That's 20mm more. Will that be ok for the case?
     
  2. mjones1

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    can't you measure.
    I am sure you could just replace the leds or buy a antec big boy 200m Fan .
     
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  3. Ryan-3

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    I can measure, but wasn't sure if it would work.

    And you can't spell :p


     
  4. mjones1

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    My F key is broke on my keyboard so couldn't type Fan.
     
  5. Ryan-3

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    :)

    I got a new keyboard, OCZ Elixir II.

    It's good for the £7.99 I paid, brand new from [Competitor].
     
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  6. mjones1

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    I am on the spare computer at the moment and only broke today.
    I own a OCZ Elixir and it's nice to type on.
     
  7. Ryan-3

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    It's a soft key style, like a laptop :)

    Love laptop keyboards, but hate laptops, SLOW [Abuse] etc.. :mad: