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post #11 of 16
Look forward to hearing how it all works out stratigos24. I'm sure you will like the TS120M. thumb.gif
post #12 of 16
Thread Starter 
Please, tell me something.

What do you thing forairflow? (cycles=fans):

dger.JPG 53k .JPG file

I read somewhere for push-pull: 1) pull fan must stronger than push. (true?)

2) if have one fan only, then we set it pull to cpu cooler. Pull is most important than push. (true?)

ps: thermalright original fan is pwm. I forgot that of scetch (push fan)
post #13 of 16
That's wrong about push vs. pull. Push is better, always. This is not theoretical. There were a lot of tests made with various fans and a Megahalems. Push is better than pull. You will probably find the tests if you search around. It was posted somewhere on overclock.net.

There were also a lot of tests made on a NH-D14 comparing push+middle+empty and empty+middle+pull. There, it's the same, push is better.

About your picture, I think it looks good. You will also be able to take off all slot brackets at the back. Air will flow out there with so much more intake fans on the case, so you won't have a problem with dust getting sucked in.
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 
Thanks for your help.

Pull fan in my case is slower and no so strong than push. It's problem?
post #15 of 16
You will probably get less cooling with the push/pull and with just the push fan. And even with 2x of the same fans it is usually only 1c better cooler.

All fans but back are intake? If so remove unused PCI slot cover in the back for better exhaust airflow.

Try the cooler pull fan as an intake in the top. Might supply nice cool air to front of TS120M. wink.gif
post #16 of 16
Thread Starter 
I put all fans (like sketch at #12 post)) without bottom fan.

First run of system today.

I run occt full load for 10 minutes.

Higher temp: 47c. (hwmonitor: value 44, min 7 (fake hahah), max 47.

I believe its good. Right?

Ps: Its possible to upload some photos here, in text editor (no imageshack etc).
Edited by stratigos24 - 10/11/13 at 5:17pm
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