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Hi,



I have 3 casefans running @ 3500 RPM. Now, What is the best setup for the best air flow... Like, one is blowing wind INTO the case, and wich one has to blow wind out of the case. I hope you understand what I mean.



fan1: above GPU (So prolly sucking wind?)
fan2: just case
fan3: on top of my case



if you could help me, It would mean alot

thnx
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post #2 of 3
Welll its seem all right, your fisrt one is "blowing" the warm air from your case, you have one in the side of your case, don't know if she is blowing into the case or out of the case, in both cases its all right, your fan wich is in the top of your case will blow out the warm air of your case I hope thats what you wanted to know...

To have a "perfect" setup you would have to put one in the front side of you case next to the HDD drives... to blow so fresh air into the case
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ok, I have room for that, I think the one on the side is blowing IN the case....



btw, pacman, 3524.2Mhz (235*15) is good, but i'm running @ 240*15, on a gigabyte mobo, you have asus, so bring that sucker up to 3.6
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