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I'm usually a degree kinda guy but I got some cheap speed stick and it works lol
you get what you pay for lol
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Trying this out...
It must be contagious. XMAX126 posted this earlier today




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It must be contagious. XMAX126 posted this earlier today
I read the thread earlier, but didn't comment about this. My question is, wouldn't it be better to have the fan on top of the rad due to the GPU heat being below it?
     
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his case exhausting hot air from the back into his h50s intake i dont see the point here???
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I saw his post before I did mine. I had the same idea a while ago but until I saw his post, I didn't think I could do it.

After seeing his post I realized the HAF932 has a "panel" back there you can open... it's really another spot for a power supply but since mine is at the bottom, I was able to just open that spot up there keeping my exhaust fan where it normally is.
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I want to use something to spray the tubing + corsair logo (that area that is round) with a UV reflective paint.

How do I get started, can you post pictures of similar things, and where to purchase?
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his case exhausting hot air from the back into his h50s intake i dont see the point here???
There's no hot air in my case lol. The air coming out of my top fan is cold to the touch. There's almost no heat in the whole case, it's pretty much room temp in the whole thing.

The reason I myself don't see a point to what I did is because the air inside my case is just as cool as the air outside my case.
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I saw his post before I did mine. I had the same idea a while ago but until I saw his post, I didn't think I could do it.
I am really loving how this small piece of equipment has allowed newbies and vets alike to start modding and take back their PCs. I haven't seen so much activity, trials, experimentation and modding involving a piece of gear since... forever!
post #1409 of 28251
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There's no hot air in my case lol. The air coming out of my top fan is cold to the touch. There's almost no heat in the whole case, it's pretty much room temp in the whole thing.

The reason I myself don't see a point to what I did is because the air inside my case is just as cool as the air outside my case.
i was talking about the other guy
yours should be a lil better since its getting more air from the open space but then towers usually stand against the wall(rear side) and that means your blowing hot air into the wall ?? dont think its a great idea
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i was talking about the other guy
yours should be a lil better since its getting more air from the open space but then towers usually stand against the wall(rear side) and that means your blowing hot air into the wall ?? dont think its a great idea
Theres about 18" between my fan and the wall so that shouldn't be a problem. The problem (if thats what we want to call is) is that inside or outside my case, the temps are all the same. The HAF932 is so open that it would take a lot of heat to make it warm inside... especially in my room.
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