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Do you think a single 140mm fan is enough to exhaust a case?

by sheer virtue of one fan, probably not. but, since you have essentially 8 fans pushing air in (2x push/pull rad), air will be pushed out of the case through other vents and openings. the 140mm is aiding that process.
 
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it looks like everything is setup as exhaust in the pictures and as described. this is a massively negative pressure system lol. redface.gif

I would have either all intake and the HAF's case fans as exhaust, or have the case fans as intake and the 2 radiators exhausting air.

The 2x 90mm fans hes talking about are actually 80mm fans and they are pointless in the haf xb case in my opinion. Honestly I would take them out as they do nothing unless you have the drive bay near them full of ssd's. If I were him, I would have the h220 as intake and the back 120mm as exhaust but some say more positive pressure is better, so perhaps all rad fans as intake. There is also a 200mm fan in this case that is on top, could run that as the only exhaust fan.
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

by sheer virtue of one fan, probably not. but, since you have essentially 8 fans pushing air in (2x push/pull rad), air will be pushed out of the case through other vents and openings. the 140mm is aiding that process.

Here's the current layout: 200mm front intake, 200mm side intake, 140mm exhaust and the H220 fans on exhaust.
post #2804 of 20767
Assuming your h220 is horizontal mounted up top, some say that should always be exhaust due to the added dust problem. If it were intake up top of the case, dust would be accumulating much quicker.
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Here's the current layout: 200mm front intake, 200mm side intake, 140mm exhaust and the H220 fans on exhaust.

should be fine. those 2x200mm fans should keep the in case temps hopefully near ambient. depends how hard your 480 is working at the time.

Before I added a 2nd radiator, i had a single 120mm exhaust on the rear, and everything else intaking. My 670 always ran hot with its reference cooler so it didnt appear to make a difference to me whether the h220 was exhaust or intake. I preferred intake at the time.

Ever since adding a 2nd radiator where the 120mm was I didnt want one radiator to be pushing air into another so both are now exhaust and i have a single 200mm intake in the front.

edit: you might want to try flipping the 140mm to intake too, to feed cold air into the h220 (exhaust).
Edited by ez12a - 5/16/13 at 9:17am
 
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Well SOB. I m sure they would since my house stays at 68F or lower year round :<<br />
Guess I got some work to do. Pass it onto whoever makes your fans to put a little arrow on it for us idiots :biggrin.gif

The rule of thumb for fans is that the air moves in the direction of the curvature of the blades. In other words as you're looking at the fan if the tips of the blades are pointing away from you then that's the direction of the air being pushed by the fans. I hope this helps to clarify this a little and yes, I'll see if we can also have a directional arrow put on our fans.
post #2807 of 20767
Wow, I'm impressed by this cooler. I have a i7 930 @ 4.2ghz and running a stress test right now. Hasn't broke 57c. Been running for 30 mins so far.
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Sorry on the fan size on bottom, it is (2) 80mm fans. Case will be modded with a radiator there and a 360 put on the bottom and all drive cages removed. Glad to learn about the fans. I m sure that will make a big difference.
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delete. received PM to solve the issue.
Edited by skywalkr - 5/16/13 at 9:58am
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Wow, I'm impressed by this cooler. I have a i7 930 @ 4.2ghz and running a stress test right now. Hasn't broke 57c. Been running for 30 mins so far.

nice. my friend with a death claw grip on his h50 cooling his 920 would be happy to know this. tongue.gif
 
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