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Well I Got No Answers On If This Is Good Static Pressure So I Guess It Is!
This Is How My Fans Will Blow
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Looking great I should getting more stuff when I have the extra cash
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Looking great I should getting more stuff when I have the extra cash
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Looking great I should getting more stuff when I have the extra cash
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Looking great I should getting more stuff when I have the extra cash
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Looking great I should getting more stuff when I have the extra cash



Thanks and nice me too so this rig is down for now as I found out that my GPU blocks do not line up so im going to Run Cpu until i can upgrade cause i thought my cards were ref cards and they are not@ !!!! so (many cuss words) 310$ down the drain (unless I can return)
I will upload pics in a few
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when I was looking at the block form swiftech it gave a listing of what works
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Well I Got No Answers On If This Is Good Static Pressure So I Guess It Is!
This Is How My Fans Will Blow

Remember heat rises... With that flow pattern, you're pushing all the heat from your rad, through the rest of the case... and the bottom fans will do you no good pushing air into the ground tongue.gif


I would also make sure to have high CFM bottom fans... NOT STATIC PRESSURE... Static is for pushing air through a radiator, CFM is how much air it can move into an empty space. You only want high static fans for your rads... You should remove the HDD cage and mount your HDD/SSD on the back of the mobo tray. Then use a push pull on the 280mm rad, exhausting the air out the front of the case so it doesn't heat up other components.


Edited by Eeyore888 - 12/29/12 at 6:51pm
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EK Pump/Res Top EK FC970WF3 Windows 10 Pro 64 LG 24GM77 
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post #169 of 1083
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when I was looking at the block form swiftech it gave a listing of what works



these are heatkiller its whatever i wont to update to 7950's
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Remember heat rises... With that flow pattern, you're pushing all the heat from your rad, through the rest of the case... and the bottom fans will do you no good pushing air into the ground tongue.gif
I would also make sure to have high CFM bottom fans... NOT STATIC PRESSURE... Static is for pushing air through a radiator, CFM is how much air it can move into an empty space. You only want high static fans for your rads... You should remove the HDD cage and mount your HDD/SSD on the back of the mobo tray. Then use a push pull on the 280mm rad, exhausting the air out the front of the case so it doesn't heat up other components.

i have 4 hard-drives and getting 2 SSD xD
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