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Lexan Window and Fan InstallAuthor: Dennis Garcia
Published: Tuesday, November 07, 2000
I'm preparing to build a new computer to replace some of the aging machines I have. With the new computer I will need to change the roles of my other machines that are not going away. The dual P3 450 seen in a previous project here is going to become a Slackware 7.1 Server with my new machine being a Dual P3 800. The specs of the new machine are pretty similar to the previous one. 30 gigs of RAID 0 goodness on a ATA 100 bus, GeForce2 Ultra. etc. Though instead of getting a new case I decided to finish moddin' my previous project case and add a few things in the process.
here could not keep up with the airflow demands so I decided another intake system was needed. One interesting thing that some of you might not have known is that the metal fan grills work great for circle templates, the outermost ring is the same size as the fan opening. Though in the case of the 92mm Sumon I plan to put in here a 3.5" hole saw works too.