Andÿ and Diesse

  Phil930 00:06 03 Jan 2003
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  Phil930 00:06 03 Jan 2003

My fan sounds like a bus.

where can u purchase those Titan fans from?? also, will they support Athlon XP processors, up to the XP2400??

  DieSse 01:01 03 Jan 2003

Yes, they do models for all processors, and all their top models have built-in thermostatic speed control - which is why they are slow running and quite at regular temperatures.

But I live in Spain - so sorry, don't know where to get them in the UK - but I'm sure there must be similar fans around!

  Stuartli 01:11 03 Jan 2003

They are even more quiet over here at regular temperatures...:-)

Try:

click here

  DieSse 01:26 03 Jan 2003

The site link looks very out-of-date from the products I currently buy.

  Andÿ 03:10 03 Jan 2003

I can't really help either :o(

It was a prezzy (one of many before you say it's a naff prezzy) as mine sounded like a bus.

All I can tell you is it's from Planet micro (Local PC store) click here or she bought it on the net.

  Psiman 07:26 03 Jan 2003

click here (Canada)and click here (USA)

Couldn't find one in the UK though. Let me know if you do.

  Patr100 12:45 03 Jan 2003

click here

If this is what you are looking for, the review above mentions that you should be able to get them from the link below but I can't find it on the site though it may be worth contacting them.

click here

  Phil930 17:31 03 Jan 2003

ok, thanks for the help, i will have a look around!

could i trouble you for some more specific details as i might just have to look for a similar product! info such as what is your fan speed or noise level in decibels? stupid questions i know, but some of us are in such of something that doesn't sound like an apollo rocket launch!

  Joe McG 17:42 03 Jan 2003

Phil930, They sell them here.click here

  Phil930 20:50 03 Jan 2003

thanks for the help people!

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