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HAF X + H100 push/pull airflow questions.

post #1 of 6
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Everyone seems to like having the H100 radiator be an intake but I will be using 2X Twin Frozr III Pe/Oc 570s and I'm worried about the temps on the gpus. Also if the top is the intake what do I do with the rest of the fans. The front is an intake on the hard drives. The side is an intake on the gpus. The back is an exhaust but I dont think its enough for all the intake. Will it just go out wherever it can?

Anyone running 2X570s with the H100 being an intake?
post #2 of 6
I would mount the radiator on the top as an outtake, or on the back, if at all possible.
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or mount it on top as an intake and get a good exhaust fan for the back of the case. something like the thermalright ty-140 will move that air out pretty quick.
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post #4 of 6
do exhaust out the top and do intake everywhere else and exhaust on the back 140mm. use the bracket to push air in from behind the gpus
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do exhaust out the top and do intake everywhere else and exhaust on the back 140mm. use the bracket to push air in from behind the gpus

You mean get a fan for the bracket that came with the case? The one that looks like it lines up a small fan immediately to the side of the gpus?
post #6 of 6
There is one that goes on the hdd bay behind the cards that holds a 120mm fan
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