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post #41 of 44
whoooooH!!!!better try it with my rigs.tnx for the innovation concept,nway, how the temp before and after dual set-up?
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Thought I might mention that I was able to get two 120mm fans (117CFM panaflo's) on with just the clips and nothing else. Just install them at the top. Being able to do this was kinda important cause the pull fan interfered with installing one of the PSU connectors, and the PSU itself makes the clips impossible to install while the board is installed.

You can see a pic in this thread, down near the bottom of the second page. Those two clips are the only thing holding those fans on. If you pull them from the bottom they'll move a bit, but it still takes a fair amount of force to actually pull the fans off.
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Originally Posted by mbiskup View Post
If you really want to get really lower temps with push/pull fans its lowering the ambient air temperature which would increase the convective heat transfer coefficient.
At first I thought you were saying that push/pull fans would lower the ambient air temperature... that would be a nice trick. haha

Yeah, of course lowering ambient temperatures will aide in cooling.
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how loud is this inside a p182b?
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