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Originally Posted by nemesi5 View Post
bet you that case has the worst airflow, how come you aren't running on a rampage gene? those tend to be the best matx mobos
Well his graphics card sure isn't getting any air, but a lot of metal
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Here's my sig rig, been a fan of mAtx all my life!

I would say it is decently beastly.



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Originally Posted by Dunkler View Post
Here's my sig rig, been a fan of mAtx all my life!

I would say it is decently beastly.
Beastly indeed. I'm a Vulcan too, and I like your drives.

Question though. Are your radiator fans blowing out the front or pulling in?
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You can see it on the pictures they are blowing inside the case, i think it is not a good thing because the heat worms the case. I would have inversed them.
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You can see it on the pictures they are blowing inside the case...
Exactly how can I see that?
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You can see the 4 plastic rod if you look closer at the bottom right of the picture, of the left fan.
Just look at the left fan and you will see the 4 rogs that indicates the air is going in its size direction, so in its case, from right to left
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my p180 mini:
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Originally Posted by PopcornMachine View Post
Beastly indeed. I'm a Vulcan too, and I like your drives.

Question though. Are your radiator fans blowing out the front or pulling in?
Thanks man! I set the fans on the RAD as intake. It seems to go with the way my air is flowing in the case and keep it pretty cool even at 4ghz. 4.2 is a diff story... I have 2 top fans blowing out. I was and am still considering buying the side fan and blowing on my motherboard/gpu to help things even more. I dunno though.

Worth buying the side fan?
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Originally Posted by sunjoo View Post
my p180 mini:
Lahv it!
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