Originally Posted by JoeTesla
ooook wait a second.
this is getting out of hand
Let's assume i'm not going to use my single 120 rad at all.
Front rad has push pull fans as intake, top rad has pull fans as exhaust.
Fresh air from bottom of case + top rear of the case won't be enough ?
Everything is filtered.
Fans throught a rad dont move as much air. However, I would somewhat put a push/pull rad on par with a case fan.
So you still have two fans and three rads in P/P pushing air in and only two rads in push alone exhausting. That is positive pressure, but way too much of it.
Get all your rads to exhaust and the bottom and back fans to push in air. Those two intake fans are further away from you and somewhat muffeled by the case. So turn them up as fast as you can tolerate noisewise. Make sure those two 140mm intake fans have good cfm and pressure too. You might be able to get some positive pressure this way depending on your rad fans speed. Isn't there any way you can get more intake fans on the side panels maybe? But so far, we are still.pulling back in the PSU's hot air.
I'm still liking my koolance rad bracket idea. With that, you would get more fresh air into your rads, you get to add your 120 rad and you can better achieve positive pressure.Edited by PepeLapiu - 2/5/13 at 7:30am