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Tweakmonster Dual 80mm Fan Bracket
By: KaoMAN
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    2004-01-26

    Table of Contents:
  • Tweakmonster Dual 80mm Fan Bracket
  • The Fan Bracket
  • Installation
  • Testing
  • Conclusion

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    CoolingWhen I was first given this assignment, I laughed and thought to myself, "Who on earth needs to buy a fan bracket?"  Yet, I quickly realized not everyone has the time or necessary tools and skills to do so, and companies like Tweakmonster fill that void. Today Dev Hardware will examine the Tweakmonster Dual 80mm Fan Bracket. Perhaps when I'm done with this, my view of manufactured modding products will change. Or maybe not?


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    Every now and then it is important for reviewers to take one step back from all the video cards, water cooling kits, sticks of PC4000 ram, etc. that we are fortunate to review, and just look at simple modding Fan Bracketproducts like fan brackets, ducts, and ramsinks; basically small things that anyone can both practically use and afford. After all, how many of us are really in the market for a 5700 Ultra right this second?

    Of course, none of us like to plop down $10-15 for a piece of junk either. Which is why I find it equally important to show you the ups and downs of, say, a Tweakmonster dual 80mm fan bracket like I would a video card. When I was first given this assignment, I laughed and thought to myself, "Who on earth needs to buy a fan bracket?" My personal view of custom modding items like fan brackets and ducts was if you need something of the sort, you should make it yourself. But I quickly realized not everyone has the time or necessary tools and skills to do so, and companies like Tweakmonster fill that void.

    Today Dev Hardware will examine the Tweakmonster Dual 80mm Fan Bracket. Perhaps when I'm done with this, my view of manufactured modding products will change. Or maybe not?

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