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CF-BC3(BAY FREEZER) at colorcases.com

Postby SevenString » Wed Jun 05, 2002 12:49 pm

I was doing some research on cooling options for my computer I am building and came across this website (colorcases.com). I found this thing that looks like a little fan unit that goes in a bay on the front of a computer. I'm not sure if it actually is a mini refrigeration unit or just a fan. Anybody seen anything like this before? I emailed the company for information (they don't even tell you what it is on the web site) but I haven't got a reply yet. They just tell you it's a hard drive cooler. There's no information about how much power it uses either, I'm assuming this won't be that big of an issue but I wan't to make sure I have enough power coming from my power supply.
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Postby cangove » Thu Jun 06, 2002 7:16 pm

I think it is just a fan that fits in the HD bay. Gives some more ventilation up front. Got this off pcgear.com

Product Specification (Vantec System Cooler: Bay Freezer CF - BC 3)
Voltage: DC 12V
Current: 0.12A x 2
Power Consumption: 3.36W
Fan Speed: 3800 RPM x 2
Airflow: 31.4 CFM
Bearing Type: Sleeve/Ball Bearing
(optional)
Outline Dimension: 180.0 x 148 x 42.0(mm)
Weight: 309 gm
Body Type: 5.25"
Features
Extendable twin air tubes Easy installation and suitable for 5.25" drive bay
Special exit design to prevent hot air feedback
Increase air circulation
Option ally used to cool HDD,CD-ROM,CD-RW and System cases
Worldwide patent
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Postby Scotty23 » Fri Jun 07, 2002 12:48 pm

All it is, is an exhaust port for the front of your computer. I've heard it is a very good product and I'm currently thinking about getitng one myself.

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Postby Aibohphobia » Fri Jun 07, 2002 4:16 pm

Yes it probably is a pretty good way, however it is a bit pricey for just 34CFM of airflow..
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