The way that the case is designed is to have the bottom front 200mm fan and 200mm door fan (or 4 X 120mm door fans as intakes and maybe go with the bottom fan sucking air in from the very bottom of the case. Then its designed to have the top and rear top fans as exhaust since heat rises. So by making the top fans intakes as well you will throw off the whole intake to exhaust ratio and you will probably make it hotter in your case rather than the higher cooling effect that you are going for. I'd suggest putting the 4 X 120mm fans on the door (intake) and I believe that you can put 3 X 120mm fans up top (Exhaust) on the HAF 932 correct? Just try to have 5% more intake CFM's than exhaust CFM's so that you make it hard for the dust to settle inside.
Originally Posted by JAM3S121
Going to post pics of my haf as soon as i replace all the fans.
I have a airflow question though.
If I have 2x 120mm fans on the top, blowing air into the case won't most of it be sucked up an exhausted from the rear 120mm fan?
I'm currently going to use the stock cpu cooling (will upgrade eventually..) so its not like I have a huge heatsink blocking the rear intake from the air coming into the case through the top.