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case fan

An electric fan that blows hot air out of a computer case, A/V equipment case or other electronic equipment. Typically temperature controlled, the fan speed can be adjusted as needed. More than one fan is often used, and the combination of case fans, power supply fan, heat sinks and CPU coolers comprise the cooling system. See heat sink and CPU cooler.
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Priscilla said the band had never spoken openly about girlfriends in case fans got jealous.
In the 1950s, when he was the "idol of the Odeons", he had to have his flies sewn up before film premieres in case fans tried to strip him naked.
In case fans aren't sufficiently drawn by Lee, her musician spouse and their various friends, they will also be able to feast their eyes on several clowns and assorted other individuals from Cirque du Soleil who provided entertainment for the party.
Just in case fans of "Arrested Development" feared they'd never see the Bluths in action again, the show's stars have taken to Twitter with photos to allay those fears.
Security staff closed the church three hours before the ceremony and searched the building in case fans tried to hide out.
But Robinson insists the club had to take action - in case fans caused TROUBLE during the trip.
The U2 singer also refuses to walk the red carpet in case fans jump on him, but does occasionally pose for a picture - if he can be found in a good mood.
Lex Gold last night insisted he will NOT give Hibs boss Jim Duffy any votes of confidence - in case fans assume the P45 is next
Many are being held in reserve in case fans start fighting after the match.
Extra security staff have already been drafted in to guard the hotel in case fans or press try to gatecrash the wedding.
In case fans even begin to believe referees are biased against Celtic, it's raving, ranting, rubbish.
Extra security staff have been drafted in to guard the hotel in case fans or press try to gatecrash.