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dalanik
16-06-2007, 23:38
got myself one of those USB fans to cool myself during summer when I sit somewhere with a notebook... then I got another idea, how to cool my wl700GE! :-)

http://wl700ge.lanik.org/WL700GEFAN.jpg

Darius_LT
17-06-2007, 11:34
There two more USB ports... :-D

Should be nice picture with three fans :D


got myself one of those USB fans to cool myself during summer when I sit somewhere with a notebook... then I got another idea, how to cool my wl700GE! :-)

http://wl700ge.lanik.org/WL700GEFAN.jpg

dalanik
17-06-2007, 13:59
Yea, It'd look kinda like Dr. Octopus, my boy would love that! :-)

CrAzY_DrIveR
12-02-2008, 03:02
i just changed my old 160gig hitashi to a bigger and hot as hell maxtor, here is the result:

http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/3339/img000ab3.th.jpg (http://img246.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img000ab3.jpg)

Out of the box the max runs at 52 and the stock hit runs at 33 :S

lz1ght
27-06-2008, 11:24
it's my patch

mifns77
28-06-2008, 15:35
it's my patch
The fan on having blown works or on an extract?
And the temperature that has gone down at a hard disk?

Fullback
07-07-2008, 20:53
Hey dude, that's so cool i think i might do the same, how much power are you supplying to the small little fan? i wanted to see if you can provide the image of where you would Solder at? that would be great thank you!

torretje
16-12-2008, 20:35
it should be possible to attach a 12v fan and let it run on 6v only..would that
kill the sound of the fan? and still run smooth and keep the hdd cool? i was thinking of changing the hdd to a laptop version caus i have the cable for it
and a 120gb laptop hdd doing nothing...