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post #21 of 26
The top and back fans should blow out of the case.
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post #22 of 26
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Ok i installed it toward the rear exhaust . I ALMOST DIEd installing the heatsink, it was kind of slidding over the cpu, and the screws were like really short so it was heart to screw them in the holes. Anyways, it hink it's ok now...till what resistance should i screw them in ??

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post #23 of 26
It depends. If your top fan is exhaust, the put it horizontaly so it blows air to the top fan and the top fan would blow it out of the case. Just make sure whichever way you point, the fan it is pointing towards is exhaust so you blow air out of the case instead of haveing a tug war or a clash between currents.
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post #24 of 26
Although I have and have used a static mat and wrist-strap, I found years ago that working with a PSU plugged-in to a grounded outlet, touching the case before you handle any parts eliminates any potential static buildup.
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post #25 of 26
When I built my case, I put the motherboard on the foam tray that it comes with, and I made sure to use my wooden desk as my work surface. Do not use your bed, do not use anything other than wood or tile to work on, and you will be fine.

I touched the case every now and then, but that is bs, nothing is really going to happen, not unless you are like really statically charger up which is impossible in most cases.
post #26 of 26
Just don't walk around rubbing your feet on the carpet or any balloons on your head.
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