Acrylic Laser Cut 80mm Fan Grills
by David, 29 November 2002
grills serve the purpose of preventing the blades of a spinning
fan from getting fouled by unwanted items, including wires, cables
as well as the odd finger or two. Usually, these fan grills would
be mounted on fans inside the case. With the spread in overclocking
and cooling madness, people have mounted their fans so as to suck
air from outside the case itself. Of course, having an exposed fan
isn't very good, as not only does it look ugly, your pet cat might
get sucked in too. Hence, the need for fan grills outside the case.
Now, some might regard having plain chrome fan grills a little boring,
and look for more swanky alternatives. Unfortunately, the really
nice ones like the Marvel licenced fan grills as well as the laser
cut metal fan grills also cost a bomb, so they're not exactly easy
on the wallet.
has provided an alternative that is cheaper, and looks just as good,
depending on how you place them. Thus, the focus of this quick look
at the Xoxide laser cut acrylic fan grills.
from the Xoxide website, "Xoxide.com
was founded in early 2000 with a goal to provide the best computer
case and computer cooling accessories available. We have been leading
the cooling and modification industry, and vow to always provide
the most cutting edge products. We ship our provides worldwide,
and are located outside Philadelphia, PA in the United States."
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