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    I was going to say amazon... but, that still has >£8 P&P.

    Then again, it's better than £16.

    Plus, it's cheaper anyway.

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    might try a vacuum cleaner hose

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    Quote Originally Posted by mole View Post
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    might try a vacuum cleaner hose
    DIY stores will have flexible ducting, generally used with extractor fans etc. What are you trying to do?

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    Mainly just bored and wish to fiddle - to get direct air flow onto my cpu - so from input fan on case, through tube, onto cpu then from fan on cpu cooler out of case.
    It doesn't really need it, but i want to do it anyway just to if it makes any temp difference.

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    The aluminium type ducting might be a good choice - its more 'formable' (maleable and keeps it's shape). Downside might be conductivity - just keep it out the way of bare components.

    Ducting - Cooling & Ventilation -Tools, Electrical & Plumbing - Wickes

    (is the type of stuff I'm referring to)

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