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You guys need to start reading this debate from 10 pages ago.. It has nothing to do with this crap. I was about a statment i made about fan orentation in atx standerds and case effency not psu effency. Everyone is putting words into my mouth.. I never blamed my psu failier on how it was mounted..

I'm not stubburn, I'm holding to my argument and have sucesfully proved that I was correct. Regaurdless of how people feel about me, or the V2.2 standerds I'm not going to be let someone tell me I'm wrong when I know I'm right. No matter how may posts or rep points they have! Thats not arrogence, that Human and social conditioning..

I encurage everyone to re-read all of my post from the begining of this topic.. I don't know how many times I've said the psu are more effecent when they draw air from outside the case & it's a better way to mount the psu.. Christ, I think from the very first page!

Actually here, Post #8702 is my first post..
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...-club-871.html

srry, typing one hand..
Edited by scottsee - 10/26/09 at 3:50pm
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What? It IS outdated. Its from 2005. Quad cores didnt come out until Q4 of 2006. They didn't anticpate the amount of heat radiated from that type architecture. You should effing know about the heat they can generate; you have an i7 and a 4870. I'm beginning to think you don't know much about computers at all.
Now thats trolling..
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You guys need to start reading this debate from 10 pages ago.. It has nothing to do with this crap. I was about a statment i made about fan orentation in atx standerds and case effency not psu effency. Everyone is putting words into my mouth.. I never blamed my psu failier on how it was mounted..

I'm not stubburn, I'm holding to my argument and have sucesfully proved that I was correct. Regaurdless of how people feel about me, or the V2.2 standerds I'm not going to be let someone tell me I'm wrong when I know I'm right. No matter ho may posts or rep points they have!

I encurage everyone to re-read all of my post from the begining of this topic.. I don't know how many times I've said the psu are more effecent when they day air from outside the case & it's a better way to mount it.. Christ, I think from the very first page!
I have been reading the debate. You however continue to confuse me and probably a few others with some of the things you say. TwoCables also stated numerous times that he also agrees that the psu failed because it was a bad psu.

It has come across that instead of arguing that a psu is more efficient when drawing air from outside, that you seemed to think it was specifically designed to help cool the case by drawing air from inside to out. You need to be more careful with your words. By saying the psu was designed to take air from in the case and push it out you could be suggesting a few things.
1. It was designed this way to help the psu remain cool
2. It was designed this way to help the case remain cool

I think that this is what has stemmed the most confusion. Please clarify for myself and all others what you are meaning. I do not doubt that the placement of a fan in a psu was so that air could be taken from the case, into the psu and then exhausted out the back. However I do not know which reason you think that it is for. I personally opt for the first one.

Before the release of such hot running processors this was an efficient way. Now not so much but again, clarify which of the two you were meaning.

With any luck we can stop this silly argument.
Edited by spiderm0nkey - 10/26/09 at 3:50pm
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I'm not stubburn, I'm holding to my argument and have sucesfully proved that I was correct. Regaurdless of how people feel about me,
scottsee, I don't have a problem with you and you're free as far as I'm concerned to do as you wish with your components. Thank you for your passion. But... I don't wish I were young again.
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As for PSU orientation, I don't think there's a right answer.
The best you can do is try it both ways and measure the results. Air flow and temps in a case are pretty much case-specific anyway.

I'd rather have it blowing out of the case, than into the case. I have other fans for intake.
Edited by coelacanth - 10/26/09 at 4:12pm
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scottsee, I don't have a problem with you and you're free as far as I'm concerned to do as you wish with your components. Thank you for your passion. But... I don't wish I were young again.
Nor do I have a problem with you. Like MicroMiniMe said, you're passionate and determined. I just wanna get to the bottom of this silly argument so we can go back to being in love with our 690's lol.
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Now thats trolling..
how the fack is that trolling? You are the dumbass that keeps saying the same crap over and over. You are obviously wrong but you do not want to admit it because you got some sort of macho complex going on.

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It's not upside down, that the ATX form factor standerd guys... Fans twords components! I did try it upsidedown for a few day, and within a week my PSU blew, after getting back from OCZ I just left it the way it's suppose to be..
This implies that you thought because you mounted it with the fan pulling in external air, it blew up.

No one is going to re-read what you said for three reasons.
1) Its fifteen pages of us giving you correct information and proving you wrong numerous times.
2) You always change what you say.
3) And if we do prove you correct, you basically say "I'm right and you're wrong." No matter how wrong you are.

Now I suppose you want to argue that the world is FLAT.

Good day to you, madam.
Edited by KruperTrooper - 10/26/09 at 4:08pm
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Ontopic, CM690 best case ever.
amiright?
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ontopic, cm690 best case ever.
Amiright?
+1 qft
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effing fak crapping dumbasses - that was respectable banter right there.
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