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thanks for that, i actually had a look the other night when i was moving it about and looked to see if it was possible to mount it on the back of the outside of the case, might have another look over the weekend or so and see if it's possible.

The case is under the desk so I'm not that worried about cosmetics, I'll report back...!thanks again.
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I've got mine set up to exhaust for aesthetic reasons and it works fine as long as I don't do something like run furmark and ibt at the same time. My lightnings generate a lot of heat and that gets fed into my radiator and temps skyrocket.

Even still, when running max stress in furmark and running max load in ibt (@4.7 Ghz) my gpus never got over 73c and my CPU stayed under 85c...
post #14 of 16
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well thought I'd experiment and put it on the back of the comp in an exhaust airflow direction, of course now with not having a side on the computer then it's open and the incorrect airflow, but looks like it's dropped a few degrees, it's hidden away so you can't see it all...


(you can tell just had a new ceiling put up next door with the amount of dust! that aint skin! lol..)
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well thought I'd experiment and put it on the back of the comp in an exhaust airflow direction, of course now with not having a side on the computer then it's open and the incorrect airflow, but looks like it's dropped a few degrees, it's hidden away so you can't see it all...


(you can tell just had a new ceiling put up next door with the amount of dust! that aint skin! lol..)

1.) Get a air gun and clean that. Will help your temps.

2.) Do some cable management, from the looks of the 1st picture it looks horrible.
    
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thanks bud, the cables are not that bad honest there not, but how ever i am going to remove some of them old IDE drives and bin them and just leave the RAID array set up in there, as of now i've seen no improvement in the temps moving over to water cooled i did at 1st i must admit, how ever the weather is warmer here, so ambient temps are up....
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