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Well both my drives and my fan controller protrude more than the drive cage, so I guess I'll have to put in a smaller fan, 92mm maybe. I really have to get rid of this rear fan, its quiet and all but moves so little air. My case temps are a lot higher than in my other server case. I think I will do what you did firestorm.

Also I put in 2 more UV cathodes (4 total now), its so bright :D

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Thats a good idea. the front fan ok with air since all the fans in the front pull air and help the air flow. can t really remove it without cutting a hole in the case or getting a 3 pin fan. It converts 3 pin into a 4 pin connector inside the case.

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[quote name='fire_storm' date='Dec 27 2004, 02:48 AM'] Its a 120mm fan in the front and back. [/quote]
i know but what is the depth of the front fan? i'm concerned that it might be 25mm depth and not 38

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The fans don t blow much only 38cfm? 80mm fans can blow more then that.
* Durable anodized aluminum finish
* Clear side window
* Front ports: 2x audio, 2x USB
* One low-speed 120mm fan (rear)
* One low-speed 120mm blue LED fan (front)
* Fan Specs:
- RPM: 1200
- CFM: 38.94
-dB(A): 24.85
* 9 Drive Bays:
- External: 3 x 5.25", 2x 3.5"
- Internal: 4 x 3.5" individual drive trays with rubber grommets to absorb vibration
* Motherboards: up to Standard ATX
* Compatible with any ATX12V power supply
* Free case-carrying strap

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