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With your current setup you are likely running neg pressure so it is still entering through the vent hold and perforated areas of the case. If dust does become an issue you can buy cheap filters to cover the fan for around $5 each


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Front of the case has a filter thats why i have all front fans blowing into the case , also not sure what else i can do with GPU radiator+fan Setting it on top will require some DREMELING just like i did with the CPU rad.
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With your current setup you are likely running neg pressure so it is still entering through the vent hold and perforated areas of the case. If dust does become an issue you can buy cheap filters to cover the fan for around $5 each


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Front of the case has a filter thats why i have all front fans blowing into the case , also not sure what else i can do with GPU radiator+fan Setting it on top will require some DREMELING just like i did with the CPU rad.
You can leave it as the exhaust it's just not optimal. Your core temps will see an increase but with the water block you have plenty of head room to play with. Just try it out for a day and see.


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You can leave it as the exhaust it's just not optimal. Your core temps will see an increase but with the water block you have plenty of head room to play with. Just try it out for a day and see.


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980 running @ 1545MHz and 6700 @ 4.4 GHz , 980 runs 50-60 degrees now and 6700 gets over 70 sometimes. Not sure if i want it incresed wink.gif i CAN TRY AND CHANGE top FANS pushing in , but that CPU rad.+fan was not the greatest Dremel work frown.gif barely sitting there on 3 screws
Edited by KillerBee33 - 6/22/16 at 8:21am
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You can leave it as the exhaust it's just not optimal. Your core temps will see an increase but with the water block you have plenty of head room to play with. Just try it out for a day and see.


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980 running @ 1545MHz and 6700 @ 4.4 GHz , 980 runs 50-60 degrees now and 6700 gets over 70 sometimes. Not sure if i want it incresed wink.gif
You will reduce the CPU temp and likely the GPU temp will stay the same since it will be fed fresh air from the top intake fan closest to the rear fan. Trust me it's worth the 20 minutes to switch it around. But if you don't want to give it a try then that's your right


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You can leave it as the exhaust it's just not optimal. Your core temps will see an increase but with the water block you have plenty of head room to play with. Just try it out for a day and see.


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980 running @ 1545MHz and 6700 @ 4.4 GHz , 980 runs 50-60 degrees now and 6700 gets over 70 sometimes. Not sure if i want it incresed wink.gif
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You will reduce the CPU temp and likely the GPU temp will stay the same since it will be fed fresh air from the top intake fan closest to the rear fan. Trust me it's worth the 20 minutes to switch it around. But if you don't want to give it a try then that's your right


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Just to make sure this is what you suggesting?
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You can leave it as the exhaust it's just not optimal. Your core temps will see an increase but with the water block you have plenty of head room to play with. Just try it out for a day and see.


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980 running @ 1545MHz and 6700 @ 4.4 GHz , 980 runs 50-60 degrees now and 6700 gets over 70 sometimes. Not sure if i want it incresed wink.gif
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

You will reduce the CPU temp and likely the GPU temp will stay the same since it will be fed fresh air from the top intake fan closest to the rear fan. Trust me it's worth the 20 minutes to switch it around. But if you don't want to give it a try then that's your right


Always destroying exergy

Just to make sure this is what you suggesting?
Yup exactly. And leave the front as intakes.


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Yup exactly. And leave the front as intakes.


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Thats doable wink.gif Than i guess i'll have to connect GPU fan to MOBo so i can blast it @ 1500 RPM...It's the only exhaust rolleyes.gif
Edited by KillerBee33 - 6/22/16 at 8:48am
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Thats doable wink.gif Than i guess i'll have to connect GPU fan to MOBo so i can blast it @ 1500 RPM...It's the only exhaust rolleyes.gif
You can leave it as is. No need to blast the fan. At positive pressure the fan even at idle the fan is likely removing enough air. You have to remember that with Pos pressure the case will constantly leak the air out of any passage it can find.
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You can leave it as is. No need to blast the fan. At positive pressure the fan even at idle the fan is likely removing enough air. You have to remember that with Pos pressure the case will constantly leak the air out of any passage it can find.
Will give it a shot this weekend , this thing i'm gonna have a slight issue turning around rolleyes.gif
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No reference blower type cooler GTX-980 in B-Stock at EVGA. It looks like the eBay seller is your best bet right now if you want to use that Hybrid Cooler setup. My MSI GTX-980 Gaming 4G boards never ran very hot so it is up to you if you are dead set on Hybrid Cooling or not. My fans did get noisy at 100% from what I remember so if you are going for silent cooling they would be out of the question for you that's for sure. The only reference blower models are outrageously overpriced everywhere I look.
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