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That PSU, wouldn't even break a sweat at 100% load in their.
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That PSU, wouldn't even break a sweat at 100% load in their.

Yeah, I picked it up from a guy on Craigslist when I bought my case. I got the case and PSU together for $40. I'd much rather have a fully modular PSU with around 550-750 watts, but it'll do for now.
Edited by dankbowls247 - 4/11/14 at 6:39pm
post #19253 of 19729
Hi Guys,

I'm wondering if someone can help me,I have a Coolermaster cm 690 iii case with the fans that came with the case and then I've added a 200mm Coolermaster airflow fan to the top as an exhaust fan,is this the best set up ?

So it has 200mm intake fan at the front a 120mm exhaust at the rear and the 200mm I added at the top.



Many thanks in advance for any advice
post #19254 of 19729
negative air pressure your going to pull in dust with that setup
post #19255 of 19729
What should I do then ?
post #19256 of 19729
Rear intake or drop the top 200mm and get 120mm with filters
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Thanks for the advice,I should have pointed out that my gpu is the Evga acx classified version that expels air out into the case,not out the back,does this make a difference to the changes you suggested ?

Playing Batman Arkham Origins on max settings with physx on high my gpu (with a custom fan profile) gets to 62 degrees and my cpu temps are about 60-61 for the hottest core.
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What should I do then ?

Why not try turning the top 200mm fan upside down, so it is air into the case.

Then your two 200mm fans will be blowing air in, which will be filtered, which will cut down on dust.

But if you are wanting to get serious, change to 120 or 140mm fans, they over come filters pressure drop far better.
post #19259 of 19729
200m fans do move more air at lower rpms but the air is just generally over a large area high 120mm fans drive air in stead of just moving air(static press)...ACX cooler does that yes it doesnt extract air out the case but rather a large amount of hot air in the case,its better to have more air than less air in your case.

If its a gtx 780 Evga acx classified its very thermal limited as impressive as that cooler is depending on your overclock on a custom BIOS you can reach scary temps 85-90+ if theres not enough air moving around the card.That card seems to come to life underwater though
post #19260 of 19729
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200m fans do move more air at lower rpms but the air is just generally over a large area high 120mm fans drive air in stead of just moving air(static press)...ACX cooler does that yes it doesnt extract air out the case but rather a large amount of hot air in the case,its better to have more air than less air in your case.

If its a gtx 780 Evga acx classified its very thermal limited as impressive as that cooler is depending on your overclock on a custom BIOS you can reach scary temps 85-90+ if theres not enough air moving around the card.That card seems to come to life underwater though
That's not how fans work. Static pressure is a rating of how much pressure they can generate while not producing any airflow, in normal terms, basically how much it can overcome a filter.
For a normal filter, nope they lose a lot of static pressure already.
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Thanks for the advice,I should have pointed out that my gpu is the Evga acx classified version that expels air out into the case,not out the back,does this make a difference to the changes you suggested ?

Playing Batman Arkham Origins on max settings with physx on high my gpu (with a custom fan profile) gets to 62 degrees and my cpu temps are about 60-61 for the hottest core.
Side panel exhaust fan. Basically you don't want air just going in loops

I take it no one read my air cooling thread at the bottom of my sig?
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