G > We just had a desk built to house our home pc. The problem is that it seems
G > to be getting hot inside the cabinet. There is a opening in the side next t
G > the leg space for the monitor cable and so forth. Does anyone know where I
G > can lay my hands on a small wall mounted fan that I can place in that space
G > Something that can plug into an outlet. The opening probably isn't more tha
G > 8"x5"? Something very quiet would be nice. It would really be nice if it
G > had a small sensor that kicks it on when the temperature inside the cabinet
G > gets to a certain point.
As someone else suggested, Radio Shack sells 'muffin' fans. Not sure
if they have a sound (dB) rating or not; if not I'd be inclined to go
with one with a lower air movement (cfm) figure else you'll hear a lot
of noise. You need a breeze, not a gale-force wind!
I would also mount the fan using rubber grommets in order to minimize
noise/vibration transmission to the desk (panel acts as a soundboard).
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