okay so I've got too many computer fans and I'm probably never going to need this many. Sooo I'm going to give away three (3) to the first three people who make me laugh in real life.
I have silent case fans that push less air and loud fans that push a lot of air. If you win one you have a choice of either a 40mm, 60mm, 70mm, 80mm, or 120mm fan.
One fan per user.
You also have the option of whether or not you want me to sleeve the fan wires for you AND how the fan gets power meaning if you want a three pin connector that can plug into your motherboard then you can have that or if you want I could modify the fan so it can plug into a four pin molex connector (directly to your power supply).
If you want your fan sleeved I will be sleeving it in black sleeving with black heatshrink.
My fan sleeving jobs are pretty good so they won't look like an amateur did it.
When I say the first three I mean the first three funny posts in the thread chronologically.
Boooya and make me lol irl please.
edit: fan brands are Delta, Yate Loon, Panaflo/Panasonic, Cre Air, Lian Li (the Lian Li's were pulled from different Lian Li V-series chassis'), and Cooler Master. and one fan (the cre air) has red LEDs in it but that's the only lighted one.
If you're wondering what the hell to use a 40mm, 60mm, or 70mm for then here:
- 40mm: this is the biggest fan you can fit onto a single 5.25" plate/bay.
- 60mm: a lot of older heatsinks use this size fan and these 60mm fans I've got are pretty quiet Deltas that push a good amount of air.
- 70mm: this is the fan size of the stock AMD heatsink (the non-heatpipe one I think, though I'm pretty sure they've changed the size when they revised the heatsinks for the 939 procs)