Quote:Sure thing..... 1 200mm in the front, 4 x120 on the top, 1 140 on the rear. All fans feed into the case creating a positive pressure which is exhausted passively through a total of 1,560mm of radiator.
The psu handles its own volume of air. To do this requires all openings not covered by fan or radiator to be sealed.
Only the 140 varies in speed according to the temperature of the cpu, the others run at a constant 70% rpm.
There is a theory to the madness, believe me. And it actually works.
My current ambient is 20.5, cpu cores Real Temp says my core average is at 30.
Opening my window to let in some cooler air as I was testing last night, my ambient was at 18, 1 hour of Prime95 (Blend) and my core average was 78 with a couple peaks on the HWMonitor graph showing 82.
i7 4790k @4.8ghz.
Then into a heavily modded Skyrim for about three hours. High of 70 on the cpu and the twin TitanX's (1430mhz) in the same loop with the cpu, they only get to 45C