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How the fan is mounted 20 November 2000


The fan is mounted using slot covers (those metal things which you put in the back of the computer case to fill up a spot where you've removed a card). The 90 degree bend is straightened, and then the whole thing is twisted 90 degrees. One end is attached to the case using normal screws. The other end is attache to the fan using self tapping screws. It all fits rather nicely.

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