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Date: March 31st, 2002
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was purchased and donated from: Pham Computer & www.ncix.com
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Conclusions:



What can I say, blowholes (exhaust's) and high performance fans can be a blessing for keeping those case temperature down and stability up. If you do not have a blowhole in your computer, by all means, install one. There are several guides on the net to help you and some even have templates to guide in your case cutting. As you can see when comparing the fans that you are going to have to contend with higher noise volumes when you up the performance level on the fans and there flow rates. But, with the installation of a baybus or a rheobus, these sound levels can be contained but with the potential of having a lot of extra power when the need comes about during a frenzy of quake 3 or an intense fight in unreal tournament.


Pro's:


-Better Case Cooling
-Lower cpu temp's
-Increase in Computer Component Lifetime
-Increased Stability


Con's:


-Increase in computer's noise levels


OVERALL SCORE: 9/10 (TWEAKNEWS RECOMMENDED) (Pick the Fan that suits your needs!))



 

 


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