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in my sig rig, I currently have my h100 in p/p exhausting out of the top of my HAF 932...
I have the 2 stock H100 fans pushing and 2 kaze slipstreams (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185060) pulling out of the top. I have the stock fans on the HAF rear exhaust, as well as side intake...
I also have an ULTRA KAZE 3000RPM intaking from the bottom of the case (sort of into my PSU cables...). I've done some reading that the 35mm fans are better for radiators... would it be smarter for me to place that on the radiator in place of one of the previous mentioned fans? I'm thinking that it is also the reason I pick up so much dust (off my carpeted floor in the apt) in my case (having the 3000 RPM intaking from the bottom vent).
Any and all suggestions welcome...

When I get back from class I was going to flip the fans to p/p intake into the case and check my temps then as well, and wanted to know if I'm making any ameteur mistakes along the way!

Thanks again for the long read thumb.gif
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Aside from the fans, a suggestion for your carpet situation! If your rig is sitting on the carpet, simply get a piece of wood / plywood that you can sit your case on. Most if not all cases have feet and fins at the bottom too, so if you haven't already, with the new elevation you can also flip your PSU upside down to also make it easier to cable management (if you haven't already). This suggestion will also help with the dust some.

Some food for thought smile.gif
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I guess I forgot to mention I'm already propping it up on some very usefull textbooks from last quarter. haha! Thanks for the suggestion E-Peen!
...And by turning it upside down you mean have the fan of the PSU pulling from inside the case rather than from outside the bottom of the case?
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...And by turning it upside down you mean have the fan of the PSU pulling from inside the case rather than from outside the bottom of the case?

Fan facing the bottom of the case, and the bottom of the PSU facing up. When it's like that, cable management is much easier. If there are fins at the bottom of the PSU, and your case has feet to keep itself elevated, there's no issue in doing this.
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