Do you want to make your case sound like an airplane taking off?
Do you need to bring in or push out air at up to 250+ CFM?
Have you ever thought about making your own hoverboard?
Have you ever wanted to cut a finger off with a plastic fan blade?
Can I connect these to my motherboard header? Answer: They'll last about two minutes before the header dies forever.
Are you exaggerating about how loud these and how much air these push? Answer: No.
I have an AC to Molex 4-pin connector (external power) I'll have w/ me if you want to see one in action.
Fans only ran when I was gaming on my main PC, which isn't a terrible lot. Maybe about two weeks of actual run time on the fans. I dont smoke, so you dont have to worry about gunk or smell in the fans or anything.
If I can get $80 for everything I'd be happy. I can't sell the controller before I sell the fans you need it for these fans.
If they don't sell, my next build will be a hovering PC.
I might also have a 23" Asus LED Backlit monitor with a jiggly connection (you have to jiggle the power to find the magic spot -- once you find it, you're golden). It's a nice monitor, just don't move it.
I also have some really gnarly 2.5" tray CF to SATA Adapters that were sent to me from China a few years ago.
If you need a CF to SATA Adapter you're a dork, but I have them. Like $5 each. I have somewhere between four and six if I can dig them up.
Oh and I'll have an especially crappy 19" Acer monitor that makes things look worse than they should. It works fine.
I guess I can say It's ok. It does have DVI, it can't be that bad?
But it's Acer. And it's 19".
It's like the ultimate generic Acer Monitor. It's not terrible if you like terrible things, but I'm not judging. I'll have it up on the for sale table at the LAN so everyone can laugh at you while you consider it. No dibs! First come first serve!!!!