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Yea, thats what I was thinking. I have in and out fans too--only they're the 80mm ones.
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I have 2 out (80+120), glass panel and back near I/O.
2 front (80) and a Artic Chill 7
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Thanks guys...its currently 59c
59c full load should be OK, these are differant cpu's compared to all others they can handle higher load temps, mine has been to 60c without problems.
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I'm not sure If I've helped you any or If I can but I'd like to know if you make any progress on this. So....keep us updated?
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post #15 of 32
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I have 2 out (80+120), glass panel and back near I/O.
2 front (80) and a Artic Chill 7
When you say "glass panel" do you mean a window that has an 80mm venting? Conventional use states that this fan ought to be an intake.

I think that with some rearanging you can get better airflow through your case. A simple test to see if this will work is to take the side panel off and have a fan (on low) blowing accross your HS. If your temps drop more than a couple degrees (C), then there is some room for improvement with the case closed.

Try to strike a balance between intake and exhuast. Evidently (I have no emperical proof) a slight "positive" pressure is more desirable (more intake CFM than exhaust CFM). This can also be controlled with fan, yup....you guessed it... controllers.

Experiment, then post back. Saving money is great, so if you can get an imrovement with what you have then keep that cash
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BTW How can you tell which is in and out.
I'm such a sucker for LED's
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post #18 of 32
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BTW How can you tell which is in and out.
I'm such a sucker for LED's
Take a piece of paper and put it by the fan... if the paper pulls toward the fan its in, if the paper is pushed away from the fan its out.
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LED fans are horrible, actually in my experience, most anything that has LED on it stops working.
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BTW How can you tell which is in and out.
I'm such a sucker for LED's
Most quality manufacturers will have arrows on the edge of the fan casing that indicates rotation and direction. Also many manufacturers will place the label on the fan side that blows.

The paper technique though is flawless.

When choosing fans strike an acceptable balance (its personal) between CFM (cubic Feet per Minute) and dBa (noise rating). silverstone fans are quite nice in both aspects.

Oh!... and nice case. I think you said you that you had 80's up front. Is there any way that a 120 could fit? 120's are superior in the CFM/dBa department.
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