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Watercooling airflow problem

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Hey, i'm designing a new watercooled build, with 4 radiators and 4 fans for each radiator. Don't comment on the 4 radiators, don't say it's overkill, I KNOW. I'm going extreme/over the top with this build.

I have a problem with designing the airflow. There are two compartments, one on the top and one in the bottom of the case.
The bottom compartment is easy: suck in fresh air from the bottom and blow out the warm air out of the sides.
But when i do the reverse setup in the top (Fresh air from the top, warm air out of the sides) i'm worried that the warm air that has risen up will be sucked back in to the system.

Is this really that big of a problem, in which case i have to redesign the watercooling and airflow setup? Or is this neglibible?

Thnx for any help i get smile.gif
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Negligible, the hot air won't rise against the pressure of the fans.
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Thnx for the help smile.gif
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