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Old 4th September 2005, 01:01   #1
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Default Two Fans in one Fan - Ainex CFT-85

At first there was dual channel RAM, then dual core processors.... now we have dual fans. Made by Ainex of Japan, the CFT-85 dual fan is 80x80mm in size and consists of two separate fans stacked on top of one another. The first is an 80mm fan (3000RPM), and seated just below it, in the dead spot below the motor housing is another 50mm fan (5000RPM). The pair move about 39CFM of air at 29 dBA, and come with a fan scoop to fit standard heatsinks.


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Old 4th September 2005, 13:11   #2
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good idea, but i wonder if it really makes much of a difference
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