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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Whoa. Every 2 weeks or so! That's an impressive amount of dust you have floatin' around in your place there!

Anyway, wouldn't achieving positive pressure need some fairly powerful intake fans and maybe just one exhaust? Or, maybe no exhaust fans?
yup, I dont like the dust -_- but hey its here and I just remove it every 2 weeks

Yeah you would have to remove exhaust fans, or lower their RPM alot
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post #13912 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Kodessr View Post
yup, I dont like the dust -_- but hey its here and I just remove it every 2 weeks

Yeah you would have to remove exhaust fans, or lower their RPM alot
Man, just thinking about it makes me wish I could do it so that it's just like a miniature Clean Room - but without all the work of setting it up.
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post #13913 of 19729
Yea positive pressure is more for the looks than for heat dissipation

Im making my CM 690 positive pressure as soon as I have the cash and figure
out a good method for it.
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post #13914 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Kodessr View Post
Yea positive pressure is more for the looks than for heat dissipation

Im making my CM 690 positive pressure as soon as I have the cash and figure
out a good method for it.
Ooo, I'll enjoy this if you end up doing it!
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post #13915 of 19729
what is the optimal fan setup for CM 690 II Advanced?

Can I add 3 140 mm fan (1 top, 2 side) along with default ones?
post #13916 of 19729
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Originally Posted by anand_n View Post
what is the optimal fan setup for CM 690 II Advanced?

Can I add 3 140 mm fan (1 top, 2 side) along with default ones?

Yes and you can add one more 140mm on the bottom too.
post #13917 of 19729
Does 140 mm fan fit in the bottom?

What about Noctua 120 mm fan? Can I add 3 of them?
Edited by anand_n - 12/29/10 at 7:23am
post #13918 of 19729
Add me for the Cm 690 II - Advanced Had it for a bit now but I havent gotten around to changing anything or posting any pics of the new rig (:
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post #13919 of 19729
If I got the 690 II lite and got a 140mm fan for the top and a 120mm fan for the case door, would that improve airflow and overall cooling?

Also how bad is the dust in these cases? I can imagine it'll be a problem.


EDIT: Also, could someone tell me the distance between the two feet on the case? Just that I want to know if it'll fit onto my computer table.
Edited by QuackPot - 12/31/10 at 11:41am
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post #13920 of 19729
The top fan SHOULD help. A side panel (or case door) fan in the lower position would probably help cool the graphics cards, but one in the top position would more than likely have either no effect at all or cause cpu temps to increase if you have a Tower Style CPU Heatsink. It would probably help more if you have an OEM style heatsink that blows down on the motherboard though. The only way to know for sure is to try it and see how it works with YOUR setup.

Also, I recommend you go to the USER CP link at the top of the page, scroll down the left hand side to the Add System link and fill out your system specs in as much detail as possible. By that I mean say 2 x 2g PC2-8500 ram instead of just 4g of ram etc. That way we know exactly what hardware you have when you ask questions so we can offer better suggestions and answers.
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