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I usually try to have negative pressure inside my case to keep air from standing in it. What kind of temps do you have now?
well the zalman is on its way. should be getting here by monday.
i have a pretty high overclock on stock cooling. I can hear the stock cooler humming at some times but not anoying at all.
50-55 idle 55-58 load

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Originally Posted by TrAncE XD
cfm is how much air a fan pushes, so yes higher is better.
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Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
Cubic feet per minute. the higher the better but usualy the higher the louder
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Cubic Feet per Minute. So yes. The higher, the better. And generally the noisier.
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Originally Posted by shajbot
CFM - Cubic feet per minute ft^3/m, represent the volume of air transfered in a minute.
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Originally Posted by bradleyl20
Cubic Feet per Minute, and yes the higher the better, but with a higher CFM rating usually means more noise
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CFM = Cubic Feet Per Minute. Usually refers to fan flow rate. Higher is better if you have good fan placement in your case.
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