Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Guest-16, 14 Nov 2007.
OMG IT'S HUUUGE!!! DESTROY IT! DESTROY IT BEFORE IT KILLS US ALL!!!
That would be ideal on the side of my Stacker.
i would have thought it would move more air tbh
If you took it out of a case, attached a long enough thin cable to it and a couple of stabilising fins, then we have found ETs mothership!
its only doing 600rpm, low noise, should push enough air to aid the dodgy mosfet coolers I've put on my 8800GTs my 7900 WC coolers will only do the RAM and GPU on the 8800, shame no one has stock yet
I could do without the blue LEDs but otherwise
So were can i buy it?
you could hover on that thing
Worse, is consider the fact that now you have <100 CFM spread over what, a 220x220mm area? Whereas before you had focussed cooling, now you have somewhat of a gentle breeze - which will get sucked away by all the other fans, FAST
Im trying to dig out the email I got it in, but I cant find it I'm trying to find where they sell it!
Okay, hmmm.... I wannna create a cooling on motherboard, something, that can blow like hell on memory, chipset and others... I dont wanna buy a new case, but upgrade existing one. A huge fan on left side of case- isnt it a perfect?
I sent them a mail on the day I heard about this, fan has not shown up yet anywhere
Oh wow I saw these earlier actually, they are selling them at Maplin, they will be ideal for the case I want to build
If someone buys one - grab a pic for us!
£11.74 with vat at scan http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=707484
Having already decided to use these fans, I wanted to know the current usage for a temperature control circuit I'm making and thought it might be useful if anyone wanted to know!
I emailed Akasa and they said the 22cm fan uses 0.28A or 280mA, might be useful to people as its quite a bit higher than smaller fans but reasonable considering the size!
I'll have to remeasure the inside of my case see if one of those bad boys will fit
its HUGE!!!!! and i thought 12's were big lol
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