CPU fans on mask

CPU fans on mask

Post by Kaptain » Sun, 13 Feb 2000 04:00:00


    I saw on here a while ago, some of you were using cpu fans to get a
little breeze through your masks...   Seems like the ones being used were
full size Pentium fans.. which are kinda big... The other night at home I
ran across an old 486 fan.. only about 3/4" square in size..   I think this
would work much better.. What do you all think?  Anyone know where I can
find some more of these older cpu fans?  Thanks!
 
 
 

CPU fans on mask

Post by blk-maji » Sun, 13 Feb 2000 04:00:00

go to radio shack.  They have small electronic fans.  You can put like 3 of
em on ur mask and power them in paralel.  works fine, and they are small.


Quote:
>     I saw on here a while ago, some of you were using cpu fans to get a
> little breeze through your masks...   Seems like the ones being used were
> full size Pentium fans.. which are kinda big... The other night at home I
> ran across an old 486 fan.. only about 3/4" square in size..   I think
this
> would work much better.. What do you all think?  Anyone know where I can
> find some more of these older cpu fans?  Thanks!


 
 
 

CPU fans on mask

Post by D.G. Devi » Mon, 14 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>go to radio shack.  They have small electronic fans.  You can put like 3 of
>em on ur mask and power them in paralel.  works fine, and they are small.

Yes, Radio Shack has these, we used to zip-tie them on top of our masks,
although they usually hung over the front a bit, no big deal.  They run fine
off a nine-volt battery you can tape to the strap, cheap and effective.

 
 
 

CPU fans on mask

Post by Robert Mooberr » Mon, 14 Feb 2000 04:00:00

I use 2 486 fans or the equilavent.
Quote:

>    I saw on here a while ago, some of you were using cpu fans to get a
>little breeze through your masks...   Seems like the ones being used were
>full size Pentium fans.. which are kinda big... The other night at home I
>ran across an old 486 fan.. only about 3/4" square in size..   I think this
>would work much better.. What do you all think?  Anyone know where I can
>find some more of these older cpu fans?  Thanks!