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    Default The Biggest Fan :o



    I just wonder if the fan motor does not create interference with devices inside the computer

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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    wow
    that person is E X T R E M L Y resourcful

    seriously able to still use a crt monitor?
    that thing is ainchent
    and clean as all get out to
    extremly impressive
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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    well the picture might be old thought he built the case structure with PVC plastic LOL

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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    I just want to know y?

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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    full size thermal pc case 95 - 200 dollars

    20 foot of 1/2 inch PVC fittings, wheels, glue, parabolic light fixture grid, erector set pieces, window fan, and old spare computer parts = total of 45 dollars

    i love this person. they are my ffaavvoorrooooorite

    it takes a poor person to apreciate a poor person.
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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    More like "The Biggest Dust Collector"


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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    i guess the best way to keep your PC cool is with a watercoolin' system

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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    You got that right, it's also very quite.
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    Default Re: The Biggest Fan :o

    hey stan, was watching at my experience points and i saw that:
    13:41 Adham has lost -6 Points for Posts points

    just wondering why lol, althought dont want to fix it , since im not here for points or wanting to get higher level, its obvious since i gave away all my points to James lol

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