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Old 30th March, 2002, 06:01 PM
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Question 80mm or 120mm

I have a Lian Li PC65.

What you guys think I shud put on top??? (2) 80mm or (2) 120mm fans???:-D
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120 MM of course.....even 1 120MM will do...
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Large fans are always better. They move much more air and do it more quietly than a smaller fan. If there's room, 120mm's are much better.
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the bigger the better...
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the bigger the better...
Freud would have so much fun with you!

Go with the 120s for all the reasons stated above.
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Freud would have so much fun with you!

Go with the 120s for all the reasons stated above.
eh? oh geeze. i figured i would get crap for saying that...as i was typing it..oh well.
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eh? oh geeze. i figured i would get crap for saying that...as i was typing it..oh well.
And yet you submitted it anyway...
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And yet you submitted it anyway...
to lazy to re-type it. plus, my spacebar is jacked so i didn't want to re-type it.
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A quiet high output 120mm works rely well-
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