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Okay this is going to sound like a stupid noob question I know, but does it really matter which direction the power supply's fan is oriented? My case has raised feet to help bring in air and a dust filter so I mount it that way, or can I mount it right side up? Sorry if it is a stupid question.
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Originally Posted by bigsobes87 View Post

Okay this is going to sound like a stupid noob question I know, but does it really matter which direction the power supply's fan is oriented? My case has raised feet to help bring in air and a dust filter so I mount it that way, or can I mount it right side up? Sorry if it is a stupid question.

Nope it does not matter at all. They are made to face either direction depending on whether or not you have a dust filter on the bottom or not thumb.gif
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post #13 of 13
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Got the problem solved, turned out it wasn't the power supply at all (my bad) it was just a faulty connection in one of the fan headers that had to be replaced, everything is rock solid now redface.gif
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