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Old 11-07-2013, 07:11 AM
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I have a Thermalright true spirit 120 and want to mount a sp120 fan on it. Like most other cooler it doesn't have any screw holes so you use some clips to mount the fan. The problem is just that because of the silencing material that is at the holes make it to thick for the clamps to hold the fan. Is it possible to take of the gray material so that I can mount the fan on my cooler without that fan break or do you have any other ideas about how i can mount it?

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You could try to shave some of the gray material off the side there to get the clearance needed. I would think a razor blade would do the trick
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You could try to shave some of the gray material off the side there to get the clearance needed. I would think a razor blade would do the trick
Sounds like a good idea but do you think there is a risk that the guaranty would be cancels if a start to brake of the gray material?
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