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Storm Enforcer Question

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by hhumas, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. hhumas

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    Want to know best ways to fix a 140mm or 120mm in the "yellow" rectangle area in below picture


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    using zip ties and tie 120mm fan on that
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    If you take the time to remove everything from the case (including all plastic pieces) You could probably take some thin steel and make mounts for the fan then use a Tig welder (low heat) to bond it to the HD cage. If that sounds a little TOO invasive, I would use a product called JB weld and mold your custom made brackets to the HD cage then take a finishing grinder and smooth it out then paint.


    Or if you don'f feel like anything else, do micro's method and zip tie.
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    Double sided tape, the foam kind, will work in a pinch. That stuff sticks like mad. It looks like that fan would only be able to move the air that the front fans are already bringing into the case, however, so it may be a little starved, or not provide all the benefits you are hoping for.

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