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All this talk of high CFM fans blowing air into the case. Does this mean too that dust and debris also comes into the case a lot faster? At such a larger volume, would this make your PC similar to a vacuum cleaner's bag?
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If you want high cfm get some 8 inch car radiator fans and hook them up. 8 inches is around 220mm, so they should fit nicely in most cases. Also pump out ` 800cfm each

The downside is your computer will sound like most cars do when the fans kick on high...
    
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If you want high cfm get some 8 inch car radiator fans and hook them up. 8 inches is around 220mm, so they should fit nicely in most cases. Also pump out ` 800cfm each

The downside is your computer will sound like most cars do when the fans kick on high...
The other downside is you could cut your fingers off too lol.
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Well the CFM according to some sites on the fan i posted is "CFM on low: 1280, on medium: 1750, on high: 2180 " (for a $50 and QUIET fan)

Other sites saying max CFM is 300

As for above question-
Positive pressure- Dust not an issue
Negative pressure- Better cooling, Dust an issue
Edited by xaborus - 7/17/11 at 12:58am
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Ive seen those IRL before, its definately 300, if evem that. Feels like a weak plastic floor fan
    
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All this talk of high CFM fans blowing air into the case. Does this mean too that dust and debris also comes into the case a lot faster? At such a larger volume, would this make your PC similar to a vacuum cleaner's bag?

Yes! At least my last case that I mounted 10 Delta 150 cfm fans in was. I even went through the trouble of double filtering every intake fan. Christ, I thought that was loud...but compared to these squirrel cage blowers...

Water cooling =/= blessed silence by way of comparison. Need my gpu block to tame that noisy thing down too
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Yes! At least my last case that I mounted 10 Delta 150 cfm fans in was. I even went through the trouble of double filtering every intake fan. Christ, I thought that was loud...but compared to these squirrel cage blowers...

Water cooling =/= blessed silence by way of comparison. Need my gpu block to tame that noisy thing down too
10 Deltas??!

Jebus man. That's a ton of money in fans.
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Yes! At least my last case that I mounted 10 Delta 150 cfm fans in was. I even went through the trouble of double filtering every intake fan. Christ, I thought that was loud...but compared to these squirrel cage blowers...

Water cooling =/= blessed silence by way of comparison. Need my gpu block to tame that noisy thing down too
No, Ive ran at ~1000 cfm in my case with no filters and there is no chance for the dust to accumulate. It takes forever.
    
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Well im going to convince my parents to buy me that Stanley fan just because.

I need a good experiment. And a freaking fan would be nice. My room gets wayyy too hot from my PC.

Probably going to duct the intake to the back of the PC for negative pressure, and blow the air on my body... lol. No need to waste all that air
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Get that instead, 1700 CFM, and I guarantee you can mount it in any case with a 220mm fan.
    
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