Arctic Cooling 2000mm fan

AmberClad

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So I wonder what you could use this for if it were a real fan and had a motor :D. Anyone seen any 2000mm heatsinks for sale?
 

angry hampster

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The fan went into overdrive at a deafening 4000rpm before it tore free of the wall and went spinning across the hall sucking in cats and small children on its way. Last we heard it had been shot down somewhere over Vietnam.


Well played :laugh:
 

Zepper

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Nice display mockup, but no case I'm aware of has even a one meter dimension much less a 4 square meter panel to which to fasten it. Maybe it could be used as a factory or barn ventilator fan...

.bh.

 

40sTheme

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Meh, even if any case did support that, it would just be a big air vortex machine and wouldn't really help cooling that much at all.
 

aigomorla

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i'll take 2 for my skylight. :p

Or, we can drop them on a 2Mx2M Radiator and have it cool a cray super computer.

LOL.
 

Rubycon

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Originally posted by: AmberClad
So I wonder what you could use this for if it were a real fan and had a motor :D. Anyone seen any 2000mm heatsinks for sale?

Whole house fan. Nothing new here.

 

n7

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rofl :laugh:

...which was enough to dislodge several of Mr. Duttons hairs whilst slimmer Asian booth babes were blown away.
 

Gillbot

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Arctic Cooling say they experimented with an LED version but aircraft kept trying to land on it and having to daisy chain eight power supplies for the lighting was just too silly.

:laugh: