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First, let me state two objectives before explaining the issue.
1) Good air flow to keep good case temps.
2) Minimize dust that gets into the case.

I'm pretty sure most of you are somewhat familiar with this case. If not, it looks like this:



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I switched the case-side-panels so that the panel with the vent is on the motherboard's back-side. I did this to prevent air/dust from getting in since I'm not planning on using a side fan. I also neatly sealed the side panel anyways with a clean white paper and scotch tape from the inside.

The top fan is 150mm, and the rear fan is 120mm.

So looking at the airflow diagram it looks like it would work, but the top vent barely pushes any air out. When I put my hand between the CPU cooler and the case exhaust fans, it seems like there's some turbulence that is disrupting a smooth one directional air flow.

Both fans are on low, and if I change the top fan to medium, air flows out of the top, but stops flowing out of the rear.

Questions:
1) Are my two case fans disrupting the CPU cooler's own airflow?
2) Should I just remove the top case fan and seal the top vent?
3) Should I remove both exhaust fans and use 2 intake fans in the front?

Other things to consider:
- I'm only overclocking the CPU (3570k) to 4.0~4.3 GHz on this machine so temps are fine, but things will get warmer when I add a GPU.
- I don't want to add more fans. Less fans, less noise, less power.

Any suggestions/thought are welcome.
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I know what you mean with the stock 300 fans. They aren't terrible fans when set to full or medium speed, they do move a decent amount of air. When I had this case I found the same issue are you are having.

I had a similar one with my cpu cooler and exhaust fans. The cooler was pushing more air through than the exhaust fan could, which meant it felt like the excess air that the exhaust couldn't get rid of would go anywhere it could and mess up the air flow. You could try having the top fan on low to get rid of any excess hot air that will constantly rise, stick your rear fan on medium or full to keep up with the amount of air the cpu cooler is pushing through. I also swapped my side panels like you have as it felt like the sensible thing to do to prevent dust and air escaping.

Also when you get a gfx card, possibly look for one that exhausts some air through the rear which will keep some hot air from rising up into your cpu cooler. I also had a large GFX card so I decided to buy two more fans to use as intakes and this really did lower temps for my CPU and GFX (i just went for silent ones, as i hate pc noise myself). The problem I found with this case is that once you have a gfx card that just about fills the case, air taken in from the front was almost blocked from rising up past the gfx card (bottom of the 3.5"bays in the way) and through my cpu cooler, then out through the top and rear of the case.

I have heard of people removing their rear fans and then cutting away the mesh cover to allow air from their cpu cooler directly out through the 120mm hole.
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What are the CFM ratings of the fans?
PSU, intake or exhaust?
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it's also harder too feel air flow when fans are 140mm or bigger, 120mm and smaller you can feel more air flow.
I am sure your 150mm is moving as good as it was designed too do.
try putting as piece of tissue on the top fan I am sure you will see it is working just fine.
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I know what you mean with the stock 300 fans. They aren't terrible fans when set to full or medium speed, they do move a decent amount of air. When I had this case I found the same issue are you are having.
I had a similar one with my cpu cooler and exhaust fans. The cooler was pushing more air through than the exhaust fan could, which meant it felt like the excess air that the exhaust couldn't get rid of would go anywhere it could and mess up the air flow. You could try having the top fan on low to get rid of any excess hot air that will constantly rise, stick your rear fan on medium or full to keep up with the amount of air the cpu cooler is pushing through. I also swapped my side panels like you have as it felt like the sensible thing to do to prevent dust and air escaping.
Also when you get a gfx card, possibly look for one that exhausts some air through the rear which will keep some hot air from rising up into your cpu cooler. I also had a large GFX card so I decided to buy two more fans to use as intakes and this really did lower temps for my CPU and GFX (i just went for silent ones, as i hate pc noise myself). The problem I found with this case is that once you have a gfx card that just about fills the case, air taken in from the front was almost blocked from rising up past the gfx card (bottom of the 3.5"bays in the way) and through my cpu cooler, then out through the top and rear of the case.
I have heard of people removing their rear fans and then cutting away the mesh cover to allow air from their cpu cooler directly out through the 120mm hole.

Hey, thanks for your reply. It's nice to hear from someone who has had this case before. So I guess it's just a semi-design-flaw. I still like the case. I can see what you mean about the video card blocking the air, and I can see how intake fan can help, but I'll wait and see how it goes after I get my GPU. As for the cutting out a hole, that's a negative. lol. One idea I had was to turn the CPU into a push/pull config, and then create some sort of duct-tubing to connect the CPU pull fan to the rear fan so that ambient air flow isn't disrupted, but my power cable to the mobo is in the way, and really, it'd probably make it look ugly.
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What are the CFM ratings of the fans?
PSU, intake or exhaust?

"The 120mm rear fan has speed/noise settings as follows: "High" runs at 2000 rpm, producing an airflow of 79 CFM at 30 dBA, "Medium" at 1600rpm with 56 CFM at 28dBA, and "Low" running at 1200 rpm and 39 CFM at 25 dBA. The 140mm fan mounted on top has slower speeds, but pushes more air and has quieter operation. Its High operation runs at 1500 rpm, 94.6 CFM, and 31.8 dBA, Medium at 1100 rpm, 66.8 CFM at 21.4 dBA, and Low at a mere 700 rpm, 47 CFM, and 19.8 dBA."
http://hothardware.com/Reviews/Antec-Three-Hundred-Budget-Gaming-Case/?page=3

Would some after-market fans help? I've been thinking about buying a few silent fans to replace the stock ones. Maybe some silent ones with better cfm?
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it's also harder too feel air flow when fans are 140mm or bigger, 120mm and smaller you can feel more air flow.
I am sure your 150mm is moving as good as it was designed too do.
try putting as piece of tissue on the top fan I am sure you will see it is working just fine.

Haha, it's so funny you said that. I did do the tissue test and I've even done the heavier paper test.

If both fans are on low, the top fan does not push the tissue away. It'll sit there, trembling a little, but still stays put. I think it's because the top fan and rear fan are competing for air to push out, so since the top has a larger vent (and since the rear fan gets some help from the CPU cooler), the top doesn't have much air left to push out. This is not good because one of my main objectives is compromised. Dust will fall down into the top vent. I think I'm going to remove the top fan and just seal it. The rear fan will pull out enough excess heat inside the case.
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what brand of fan is it? i have a 120mm rear exhaust and 2 140mm top exhaust and all 3 fans push air out very well.
your fans shouldn't be working against each other as you cpu heat sink is pushing it's too your rear fan just as mine does.
your fans are setup the same as mine.

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I had the 300, moved to Phantom for cable management. I took my two intake, and kept them on Med, top at med, rear at High. All was good. I used dryer sheets and scotch as extra dust filters that would still let air through wink.gif
And I know what you mean with that case. I have a non modular 750W PSU with cables that went EVERYWHERE. Hyper 212 Evo with one fan did nicely. I used the tissue trick and also used a lighter to test my airflow from outside the case.
Now in my Phantom, believe it or not, I have one of my blue LED fans from my 300 as an intake fan in front tongue.gif just to help with airflow. Also, the Antec fans with LEDs look sharp on the Hyper 212, just no PWM on it so leave it on high all the time, lol. I am using a PWM case fan from my Phantom on my cooler now.
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I have the same case and have optimized airflow while minimizing dust...

I have the CPU cooler and the top fan as exhaust. The front two are intakes. The side is an intake, buy the Rosewill filter listed in my SigRig (Rosewill RFT-120) for the 120mm side fan, it allows good airflow and stops a great deal of dust.

The motherboard is controlling the case fans via the CPU temps - when the CPU temps raise, the CPU cooler ramps up, and the case fans are set to ramp up accordingly, in order to allow for enough CFM entering the case to keep up with the higher volume of air leaving the case when the CPU cooler is working hard.

I have replaced the Antec fans with 3-pin fans which could be controlled via the BIOS.
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what brand of fan is it? i have a 120mm rear exhaust and 2 140mm top exhaust and all 3 fans push air out very well.
your fans shouldn't be working against each other as you cpu heat sink is pushing it's too your rear fan just as mine does.
your fans are setup the same as mine.
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Love the GTX 580 SLI setup! I like the fans on the ram, it's funny (since it's kind of excessive), but cool (because, this is OCN! lol).

The fans are the stock ones that came with the case, so.. brand is Antec? I guess the stock ones aren't that great.

I'm making a decision..

I'm going to turn up the both the top and rear fans to medium for now (to prevent dust from getting in) until I find a good deal on some case fans.

Anyone have any suggestions on what brands/models are quiet and efficient? Or some links to a review of the top brands/models?
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Maybe turn the PSU so the fan faces the the top of the case. I used that case on my bro's build and it doesn't have a cutout for the PSU fan to take in air when turned upside down. IDK, maybe it doesn't matter.. lol
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