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RaptorFury    0
yes is hard to believe also for me but a small drop in the right place make miracles...

i've cleaned after i've noticed all well believe me and till i've changed the cooler with this new one i hadn't any problems

RaptorFury

the fans from your picture are not like this: http://www.coolermaster.com/products/pr ... =1&id=2535

and if someone has opened a fan like this can tell us what's inside

just so u know 90% of the fans have the same exact design . interior wise . from 20 mm fans all the way up to the 140mm fans ( some are smaller then others ... )

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pap    0

can somebody confirm that without this crack no leaks can appear?

Rudieman

thanks for effort ;was the cooler in function (warm?) before you look inside? is the mounting position influence this?

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Rudieman    2

The crack in this fan is a known issue and happens a lot, definetly not your fault. If there's oil inside then it doesn't need a crack to leak because it's open at the back.

The fan was "cold" and just laying on the shelf when suddenly a hamer came down and destroyed it LOL.

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pap    0

i'll try to RMA the video card let's see what happ. mobo i can throw it away

another quest.

if the cooler now is without lubricant will CM replace it? should i send it back to shop?

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Rudieman    2

We can only replace the fan, witch off course we will do for free after what you have been threw. It's the least we can do.

Please send me a PM with your address.

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kunijp    0
The crack in this fan is a known issue and happens a lot, definetly not your fault. If there's oil inside then it doesn't need a crack to leak because it's open at the back.

The fan was "cold" and just laying on the shelf when suddenly a hamer came down and destroyed it LOL.

Don't laugh at your customer! Grow up!

I don't know much about engineering and such but i have open a lot of fans for cleaning,

from pc's to aquariums cooler but i never sees oils coming out of fans...

I was going to get a cpu cooler for my cosmos as it is getting hot here, And saw this.

Was wondering if Hyper Z600 will fit?

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VALKYRIE    11

The Sleeve bearing fans have just one drop of oil inside ( two at most ) , the Ball bearing fans have just a little bit of stiky grease ,leaking oils is just impossible, this thread is already ridiculous

The only possible leaking oil is ,if a dunce person open the fan stiker to add oil to the bearings , and add TOO MUCH OIL , when the PC is turned on , is possible that the excess of oil can spill around ( centrifugal effect ), but this are just a few harmless drops of non conductive oil,

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Rudieman    2

Don't laugh at your customer! Grow up!

Just for the record, I wasn't laughing at my customer but I like destroying things from time to time to see how they look on the inside.

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RaptorFury    0
Just for the record, I wasn't laughing at my customer but I like destroying things from time to time to see how they look on the inside.

You too ;) .. but i like to see what makes em tick ....

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