Okay here is a win/win then.
Mount it like this. Fittings down...
<-- Puller Fan <-- Shroud <-- Case <-- Rad<-- Shroud <--Pusher Fan.
This way you still get to run your fan/shroud but get more flow from both fans.
That should work quite well.
Oh and I would pick up some fan silencers to mount in between them to seal the flow. Only the Rad will be somewhat unsealed as those silencers can be sliced to hell if you put too much torque on them.
On the plus side, just picked up my MS LifeCam "Cinema" so I'll be taking the down time and learning how to use it so I can properly document how to go about doing this for everybody. I like YouTube how-to vids they are sooooo cool.I have a number of them I'm going to put together.
Edited by Ceadderman - 5/29/10 at 8:04am
Originally Posted by iandroo888
no shroud yet. dont have screws long enough for that. plannin on putting a shroud when i get longer screws.
hoping it to be like
exhaust << 120x25mm yate loon << shroud ||radiator << 120x38mm panaflo << intake
where the || is the rear panel of the case. u think putting a shroud there would help? no other possible way of putting one other than there. theres limited amount of space between rear panel and the pump/block. max it can fit with a few mm to spare is two 120x25mm fans with the radiator in between.
also, if i use two 120x25mm fans, i can flip the radiator to where the hoses are on bottom. otherwise, with current config, it has to be on top.
back to push/pull dual yate-loon 120x25mm inside case.