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Could you elaborate on the bold statement please?
First off, im sorry if i might sound somewhat of a n00b. Ive built many rigs in my past, but never got around to OC'ing them. Now that i got this rig i decided on doing just that. Anyways, what i mean is that the Tuniq Tower isnt exactly a traditional HSF. The HS stands tall as the fan mounts in the middle of it, blowing air thru the HS and not directly on it like most stock HSF solutions. Hence why i figured that a 2k RPM stock fan was good enough. Please, correct me if im wrong. Im here to learn.
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First off, im sorry if i might sound somewhat of a n00b. Ive built many rigs in my past, but never got around to OC'ing them. Now that i got this rig i decided on doing just that. Anyways, what i mean is that the Tuniq Tower isnt exactly a traditional HSF. The HS stands tall as the fan mounts in the middle of it, blowing air thru the HS and not directly on it like most stock HSF solutions. Hence why i figured that a 2k RPM stock fan was good enough. Please, correct me if im wrong. Im here to learn.
Oh no apologies my friend, tis I the n00b with the Tuniq.
Does the air blown by the TT have direct flow to an exaust fan.
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Oh no apologies my friend, tis I the n00b with the Tuniq.
Does the air blown by the TT have direct flow to an exaust fan.
Yes sir, it does indeed. Im posting a "drawing" of my setup scenario, with airflow that is...
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Yea i forgot the "h" in schematic. hahahahaa
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Yea i forgot the "h" in schematic. hahahahaa
LOL I didn't even notice. Can you get your front intake up a little higher?
So the flow crosses directly toward the TT.
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LOL I didn't even notice. Can you get your front intake up a little higher?
So the flow crosses directly toward the TT.
Unfortunatly, the case im using which is P182, uses the higher bays for drives. The lower fan is only there cause i dont use that area for my HDD's. I use the lower section so the PSU can suck out any heat from there. Ive considered closing off the top fan, it doesnt seem to do much of anything, but more air wont hurt.
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Unfortunatly, the case im using which is P182, uses the higher bays for drives. The lower fan is only there cause i dont use that area for my HDD's. I use the lower section so the PSU can suck out any heat from there. Ive considered closing off the top fan, it doesnt seem to do much of anything, but more air wont hurt.
Ah I see, really though your temps are decent.
Have you thought about a push/pull fan set up with the TT?
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Ah I see, really though your temps are decent.
Have you thought about a push/pull fan set up with the TT?
Elaborate on this setup,please. Im willing to do anything to keep cool. Ive reworked all my wiring to the back of the case. Now its all nice and neat, no blockage, but it didnt seem to do much. Also, i have the whole setup in the corner. I wouldnt say there is much airflowing thru that corner, but thats the best place for it right now in my living condition.
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Elaborate on this setup,please. Im willing to do anything to keep cool. Ive reworked all my wiring to the back of the case. Now its all nice and neat, no blockage, but it didnt seem to do much. Also, i have the whole setup in the corner. I wouldnt say there is much airflowing thru that corner, but thats the best place for it right now in my living condition.
2 fans on the TT, one pushing and one pulling.

EDIT> Panaflos you have
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2 fans on the TT, one pushing and one pulling.

EDIT> Panaflos you have
Yea the Panaflos, i love em, i had to buy a fan controller because they got a bit too loud. My GF was complaining. Hah...didnt bug me at all. As for the method you described. Thats kinda what i have going on if you look at it. Only the pushing fan is mounted on the top. I think i need to lap them. The TT didnt seem to smooth on the bottom when i recieved it.
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