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post #51 of 66
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ok doyll so what fans would i put intakes? sides like snipe said?
post #52 of 66
If you read my other replies you don't need to ask.
post #53 of 66
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side fans it is then
post #54 of 66
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doyll , when i put my hand in front of cpu fan . i feel strong air..just like any other fan in my case.but i thought it is forcing air in cpu not away ..now why would i feel that?
post #55 of 66
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that is my cpu



Intel BX80571E5700 Pentium Dual Core E5700 Processor - 3.00GHz, , Socket 775, 2MB Cache, 800MHz FSB, Wolfdale, Dual Core, Retail CPU with Fan
post #56 of 66
Did you find my post about putting what fans in and what fans out?

Do you feel your side fans blowing on both sides of side panel?

As for your cooler fan possibly you are feeling air movement and mistake about what direction it is moving. Maybe it's a carp fan. Maybe it's so dirty the fins are plugging up and air is just blowing everywhere but through cooler. Stock coolers like yours blow air into cooler.
Edited by doyll - 11/25/12 at 8:03am
post #57 of 66
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side fans in top and back out

gotcha i figure it was flowing every where and thast what i felt
post #58 of 66
doh.gif

When we were asking you about what way your CPU cooler fan flows, I didn't even think to just look at it in your avatat pic

Doyll is right, it's blowing air the right way thumb.gif
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post #59 of 66
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cool ....im goin to make side fans intake in few days gotta get some filters..and i found a temp program that says 36c and 32c for my cpu temps. as of right now..what is the ideal temp?
post #60 of 66
Download Real Temp, it's specifically made for Intel CPU's and is an excellent program. http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/SysInfo/Real_Temp/

When you have nothing running on your PC, look at what the temperature is. That is your idle temp.

Then run something Like Intel Burn Test and after about 10 minutes have a look at what your temp is again. That is your worst scenario temp.

Then run some games and look at what the temp is, that is the real world usage temp thumb.gif
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