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my room temp is 30c because its summer here, and i put a thermoniter and ran a tortue test and the thermoniter is saying the temp in my case is 43c, i have 1 12cm fan at the frount for intake, 9c at the side for intake, and a 12cm fan on the back for intake, 8cm one on my psu for intake and 8cm one on the psu for outtake.
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Originally Posted by Zyther
my room temp is 30c because its summer here, and i put a thermoniter and ran a tortue test and the thermoniter is saying the temp in my case is 43c, i have 1 12cm fan at the frount for intake, 9c at the side for intake, and a 12cm fan on the back for intake, 8cm one on my psu for intake and 8cm one on the psu for outtake.
Hmmm... that sounds a bit unbalanced to me--much more intake than exhaust. If so, you're trying to blow up your case like a balloon, and not moving much air.

You might try switching one or more fans to exhaust, and see what happens--I suggest the rear.

HTH, and stay cool.
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Hmmm... that sounds a bit unbalanced to me--much more intake than exhaust. If so, you're trying to blow up your case like a balloon, and not moving much air.

You might try switching one or more fans to exhaust, and see what happens--I suggest the rear.

HTH, and stay cool.
I concur with DrDeville. You want about the same going in as going out. And if you can't have the same have more going out.

You should have the front and side as intakes and the rear and psu as blowing out. And if you have a top fan (blow hole) that should be blowing out as well.

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opps heres the correct thing,
psu with 2 8cm exhaust
1 12cm exhaust at the back
9cm intake at side
12cm intake at forunt
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opps heres the correct thing,
psu with 2 8cm exhaust
1 12cm exhaust at the back
9cm intake at side
12cm intake at forunt
That's more like it.
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