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Old 25-01-12, 09:17 AM
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It's no coincidence that ProlimaTech, well known for their range of performance CPU and VGA cooling solutions, should also produce a range of fans. Here we take a look at the entire Vortex range, including the rather sexy looking Aluminium bladed 140mm model

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Old 25-01-12, 10:25 AM
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Those aluminium fans really look the goods nice to see something other than plastic get some good lighting on those and OMFG!
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i wonder if a small (1cmx1cm) square of bitchathayne/dynamat/ice&water shield (stuck on the back of each blade) would kill the reverberation of the aluminum fan quieting it down???
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Old 25-01-12, 09:39 PM
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They do look very nice.
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