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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 4:10 pm 
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Does anyone have a list of available PWM (has a 4 pin connector) fans? I am specifically looking for one that is compatible with an AM2 socket, but does not extend more than about 5.2 inches above the CPU. I need to fit it into a Silverstone LC17 case. Thanks

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you mean "fans" or "heatsinks with fans"?

afaik there are very few pwm dedicated fans (just fans)

sure, you can get an aftermarket heatsink w/o fan, find a 4pin pwn fan (if you can) and put it together

my bet would be one of thermalright heatsinks, they come w/o fans, are usually pretty flat, not tower designs (apart from tower hr series)

SI-97A with special bracket
SI-128
XP-90 w bracket
XP-120

maybe Ultra-90 (too high?)


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 10:13 am 
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My apologies, I was thking in terms of combined heat sinks and 4 pin PWM fans configured for the AM2 socket. There don't seem to be many on the market, and I have the height constraint (5.2 inches) imposed by the Silverstone case.

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