Well..... you probably WOULDN'T believe me if you saw it.... but you'd probably end up trying it out at one point or another if you're one lazy bastard like me. lol. So..... i was sittin here at my computer thinkin "how can i make stuff look neat, and cool pretty damn well?". well.... my first idea was "hmm.... let's put a 120mm fan in the back of my case.... in place of the 92mm that's there". so... i took the fan out, along with it's screwless mounting bracket.... then thought "aaw hell..... i don't want to have to take everything out of my case right now and drill all the holes i need for it to mount, as well as get all the airflow it needs.". so i sat there thinking...... i looked down..... and saw a quick and easy workaround (probably at least until my turn comes up in the eVGA Step-Up queue.... since i more than likely will be without a computer for approximately a week.... and will probably redo some wiring and stuff in my case at that time). can anyone guess said workaround? Velcro! yep.... that's right. not only is velcro good for holding cathode light power inverters in your case.... it's also quite a good source for a temporary fan mount until laziness subsides. PLUS, also seems to have the added bonus of being a vibration dampener.... i think. The 120mm fan seemed to make an interesting difference though. instead of reducing CPU temp by quite a bit (which i thought would be the case due to the fact that the 120mm fan is only inches from the butt-end of the Freezer 64 Pro), it actually reduced my MOBO temp by quite a bit, and keeps it pretty damn cool (since the A8N-SLi Premium has the passive chipset cooler with the heatpipe and heatsink by the IO ports). when i was just copying a DVD, my CPU temp actually got higher than my mobo temp by a degree or two. Too bad i don't know how to work with acrylic very well.... otherwise i'd try to make a funnel around the CPU fan and 120mm fan, with an open bottom so it still pulls air across the motherboard's heatsink. So yeah.... Velcro works better than even I had expected for holding on fans. attached a pic. sorry about the darkness... but a) it's dark, and b) flash woulda pretty much eliminated the light from the LED's on the fan.