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Fitting a fan in a case?

I'm gonna get a new heatsink and use my old one to remove the fan and use it for the front. My case can only fit 120mm on the front I think, I think my old heatsink fan is 80mm, can I just put it on the front and use some tape to make it stay?
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    Better than using tape I think is to use zip-ties, through the fan mount, through the case fan holes, bound tight, I'd be a little more comfortable with that personally.
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  3. C12Friedman said:
    Better than using tape I think is to use zip-ties, through the fan mount, through the case fan holes, bound tight, I'd be a little more comfortable with that personally.

    Thanks! I got some spare zip ties :) I'll use those.
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