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post #21 of 24
Where are your rear fans?
    
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post #22 of 24
If you look closely at the holes for the rear fan, you'll see that its really not going to provide much air flow ....so being the ghetto freak that I am, i just imporvised and made best with what i had.... plus i leave the side panel off... my cpu is around 34C idle (OCed), case around 26C, and gfx card floating around 45ish idle (OCed)
post #23 of 24
ah... I get it now.
    
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post #24 of 24
yah, I have considered taking everything out and smashing those freakin holes with a drill, but it seems like more work than I'm willing to invest and I'd probably have better temps with the side off vs. having it on and cutting up my case to hook up fans to maintain an ambient airflow/good temp
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