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Re: OT: Fine Fan for Cobalt Qube2 or Raq

I've run my Qube2 with the fan disconnected (and upgraded it to an 80Gb
drive) and it tends to get slightly warm - not at all something that I would
worry about, but it's possibly a good idea to have some sort of temperature
sensing switch on the fan that will allow it to kick in when a preset
temperature is reached.

For the record, I'm running Sarge on mine and using it to host a small
website (http://www.macinations.net) while I'm looking for a better quality
external host, and it has never let me down.

Viva la Olde Hardware !!!

> Peter wrote:
>> I run my Qube2 without fan, it is running 24/7 as a small webserver
>> without problems. (www.petrvz.net) It has a quiet 5400RPM HD, and the
>> inside of the Qube is mostly empty space. I am tempted to state that the
>> Qube2 can do very well without a cooling fan..
>> Peter
> This would appear to be correct.   I have been told that the RaQ2 does
> not actually require a fan, but consumers demanded it have one because
> to not have a fan just seemed very strange and users did not trust that.
> We have run several RaQ2's without fans with no ill-effects.   However,
> later RaQ's generate a good deal more heat, and should not be run
> without fans.

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