Here is some updates about my concern. I will show you my actual airflow pattern. You can see :
Ambient : 20-25'C
CPU on idle (doing basing web searches and windows things)
CPU on stress (BF3 Ultra, 1080p)
Only the memory is overclocked (at 1600mhz), on my board. No CPU overclock, voltage mod, etc.
I have 2x Noiseblocker Multiframe M12-PS
(click the link). It has a 600-1500 RPM, on a PWM plug. I have one at the top as an exhaust and one at the bottom (psu) as an intake. Everything else is stock Carbide 500R fans.
Here is some clear questions.
1. My first concern is to put an optimal airflow in my case. I have two low-rpm noiseblockers (see above), but i do not think they are in the optimal position for cooling my case. Should i change my fans' position ? (especialy the noiseblockers). They well worth a 28$ each and they are very silent. Tho, should i put em anywhere else in my case to get everything colder ?
2. I think i have a lack of rpm, air presssure and cfm in my intakes, globally. It goes with the last question, but should i replace fan to get more rpm, more air pressure and more cfm in general ?
3. As my noiseblocker are the lowest rpm models, should i put em No-PWM ?
4. There is one for "CPU_Fan"' a "Rear_FAN", the others are named "Front_Fan" and "Aux_Fan". Actually, my noiseblockers are on the front_fan and the aux_fan connectors of my board. I am wondering what would be the best fans to put on my four 4pin connectors on my board
. Any suggestion ?
I am going to talk about my cpu cooler after i am sure my case cools the right way, with my actual fans ! I am forward to buy a 80 ~$ cpu cooler and a 10-30$ 120 or 140mm fan to put whereever. I will maybe get a Fan controller if i buy more fans.. One of these :http://www.custompcreview.com/reviews/lamptron-fc-touch-fc9-review/9307/Edited by Jamar2013 - 1/29/13 at 10:16am