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Fan Type and Air Flow of a EVGA GTX 680 FTW+

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Here's the link to the card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130794&name=Desktop-Graphics-Cards

I need to know what type of fan that is, and how the air flows through the card.
I've heard that It sucks in and exhausts the air to the back of the computer.
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Took me less than 10 seconds looking at Google Images.

gtx680-low-noise.jpg
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Well, that doesn't actually give me the direction of the airflow. But i'm assuming it's blowing out of the back?
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Well, that doesn't actually give me the direction of the airflow. But i'm assuming it's blowing out of the back?


uhhhh.....

it blows out the back of the card where the hookups are. From that picture above, right to left. The hot air is blown from the blower fan, left through the heatsink and out the grills on the PCI grill.
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