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Windows 7: 120mm 3 Speed Fan

16 Dec 2010   #51

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE

Even without the dirt, the old fan doesn't seem to move much air, even though it's spec says that it is rated at 44CFM, I'm sure that it was running less. The new fan is ~65CFM, so I'm surprised that the idle temp isn't lower than it is. Next to clean the CPU HS/fan...I know that it needs it, but I'm just not in the mood now.

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 120mm 3 Speed Fan

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