Originally Posted by Jedson3614
Anyone, just seems you dont want all that hot air pushjed back into the case, dont you want it pushed out ?
You need to think outside the box
1. Positive pressure (more intake than exhaust so dust doesn't get sucked in from every gap in the case)
2. Low turbulence and a preferred path of air
Those are the only two rules.
Since you have 200mm exhaust fans or the 120mm in the back, you might need a 120mm to 200mm shroud adapter, or put it at another place in the case. I ran into the tubing being to short to place it anywhere else besides the back, your mileage may vary. So, lets say you have a shroud adapter and mount the rad +fans so the back of your case is now the intake. Now you would need to reverse a few of the fans so that they now exhaust air rather than intake, typically the front but you could also use the top of the case if you have vertical fans (heat rises +1). Basically you can do anything you want as long as you have a "path" your expecting all hot air to exhaust to, and you keep slightly more intake than exhaust. Here is mine as an example.
I have the front and back as intake and have 2x120mm fans in the top as exhaust (I cut and modded it myself) totaling 3 intake and 2 exhaust.
feel free to make a paint drawing of your case /fan locations and I can help you out a bit.