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-- Poorman's Card Cooler
-- 7.09.2000
-- By: GideonX

Please Note: I do not take responsibility for your stupidty, if you break something that you paid a lot for, tough luck. I told you to be careful.

   I've noticed that some people have opted not to bust a hole onto the side of their case to mount a fan.  First off, you need tools and time, sawing out that hole isn't easy.  So I figured what's the next best thing, a custom made card cooler! Here's what you need:

   I chose the 80mm Panaflo I had from my Molex Connecting Guide and a metal spacer I had from my case.  You should also have a drill around since we will be making some holes.  I of course used my brand new Dremel that I got back since I broke my last one! Take the fan and measure it up with the spacer:


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