specific harddrive coolers, is not the only methods of cooling
your bay's. A useful option is to use a bay-cooler instead.
These wonderful inventions mount in your last open 5 - ¼ bay
and blow air upward towards your optical drives, zip drives,
harddrive, etc. I have found that the Twin fan bay cooler, works
wonders. Decked out with two 92mm sleeve-bearing fans, they
pump air out at an impressive 80cfm. To top it off, it runs
almost silent, only producing 26decibels.
Surprisingly enough, it doesn't cost an arm and a leg to keep
your case cool. Thecardcooler.com has a special cooling deal,
which includes all of the necessary cooling equipment mentioned
in this guide for only $49.50. If that's a touch out of your
price range, you can always get individual cooling products.
found the following prices on www.2cooltek.com.
Slot Cooler - $10.00
Cooler - $24
Triple Harddrive Cooler - $12
CAF12 card cooler- $19
Case Fan - $10 - $15
Case Fan - $15 - $20
Bay Cooler - $20
Harddrive Cooler by Vantec - $23
JustCooler 3-1/2 Bay Cooler - $18
your case is not only beneficial to overclockers, but it can
save you from costly hardware replacements and data loss due
to heat related crashes. Just because you want a cool case,
doesn't mean you need to drill holes left and right. Case cooling
can be easy as screwing in a fan or two.