Talismoon Shell and Whisper Fan

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Sep 4, 2008
  1. ubersk8kid
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    So I'm going to get a chip, And I also thought of maybe getting a different Shell for my Wii too.

    I was looking at the Talismoon ones and it says "A special rear access panel that allows easy exit for cables and future modifications" is this useful?
    Are these cases any easier to take apart then the official Nintendo ones?

    Another question, The Talismoon "Wiisper fan". Does anybody actually have a fan [​IMG] ? my Wii sometimes gets really hot!
    Is it actually quiet? I leave my wii on standby mode all night, so I dont really want to be hearing a buzzing noise while im trying to sleep.
    It glows a blue similar to the DVD slot, Will I be able to see this through the Dark Black Katana case?
    Would it overpower the LED's from a chip? [​IMG]
    Does anyone think the LEDs from a chip would fit out the "Rear access panel" of the Case?

    Thanks In Advance [​IMG] Appreciate the help!
     
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    link?
     
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    I'd find some user reviews...
     
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    Keep the Nintendo OEM fan as you know it will last forever. Dont bother getting the talismoon fan just because it has lights.

    (Yes, every Wii has a Fan, but the fan does not run during Standby / When WiiConnect24 is enabled.)
     

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