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Originally Posted by funfordcobra

Heat rises remember but will go with airflow if its strong enough.

Why should I read posts or open links posted by someone who first posted saying 'heat rises remember' ?? You made it statement and I countered. I could care less if you posted differently later in the thred. YOU could have EDITED your screw-up instead of 'BLOTING' the thread. tongue.gif

Maybe you should just quietly step back and learn not to post without knowing what is the truth. thumb.gif
Edited by doyll - 2/2/16 at 11:06am
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Only once.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by SauronTheGreat View Post

Hi guys,
The side case 200mm fan right next to the GPU should be at inflow or exhaust ? Although mine is at inflow, Someone told me recently that the g1 gaming cards exhaust a lot of heat , although I have two exhaust fans at top, including the 3rd one which is the cpu cooler and the 3 in flow fans at bottom , front and side ...I am just confused what to do

which case is this?

and it depends on the front intake's airflow, if theres an excess of airflow, side exhaust will help get rid of all those hot air.
its best to dump hot air out to let cold air intake do it's job.


on a side note, why not just try both? if you can see differing temps then pick the better one.
post #14 of 14
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issue is resolved i tried both at Inflow and exhaust with my side case fan , one after the other , my temperatures were less with the side case fan as inflow .... thanks i guess
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