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post #11 of 13
I look forward to seeing what you conjure up.
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post #12 of 13
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Update:
mocked up with upto 4 HDDs, Mobo, Mobo tray, 2X crossflow blowers.

I'm hoping that an idea as simple as this can move air efficiency up. It doesnt matter how many CFM you have going into and out of your box if it has turbulent flow inside then the air that goes in will spend it's time flushing out air thats been sitting stagnent then become stagnent itself.

Also when i build this model i want to use a smoke pen to visually demonstrate that it puts 81 CFM into the box and directly out without caught vortexs stuck behind drives, cards and cables.



    
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post #13 of 13
Buyah!

That looks good!

That design would certainly provide ample airflow from front-to-back without any major obstruction.

mmmmm.... it looks like carbon fiber.... I Wuv carbon fiber!
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