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Looks like you can mount a fan on the side door. Do that, and keep you fan profile at 100% if your getting temp like these. They are a bit high, and for such a normally O.C? What voltage are you using on these?
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Looks like you can mount a fan on the side door. Do that, and keep you fan profile at 100% if your getting temp like these. They are a bit high, and for such a normally O.C? What voltage are you using on these?
It's going to sound like a vacuum cleaner at 100% fan.
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I use Afterburner to run the GPU fans at max. No overclocking til the temps go low 80s. Yes, that is a mount in the window. The exhaust on the back that I have is my liquid CPU fan radiator, and I think the front fan is an output fan.
I Defintaly recommend a fan on that mount on the side, it would probably bring down the temp 10C or more! LED or no LED, its your choice, but I recommend the HAF 932 by coolermaster with the possibilty to mount 4x120mm fans is amazing, The case has an agreeable price too.

Link for a 120mm fan: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811999614
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