So I joined this site pretty much because of this thread. Hopefully I'm qualified to join the club.
This was my first ever computer build. I'm kind of apprehensive about the amount of air that these case fans (prolimatech BV 14) are projecting. Since I've never built a computer, I was expecting more air to project forward from the case fans. I have to put my hand right in front of the fans to feel anything coming from them. Even then, it only feels that air is blowing from the outside edges of the fan blades. Is that normal? I was expecting to at least be able to feel something from four or so inches in front of the fans.
I'm sure they're oriented the right way and my three front fans are at full RPM since they are direct to my PSU.
Also, am I employing positive pressure if I have three intake (two front/ one bottom) and three exhaust (one back/ two top) on my rig? I was reading on Tom's hardware about positive pressure and it said that having mesh will not allow it to work and I thought that counterproductive for my case since it was made with so much mesh.
Any recommendations would be awesome and sorry if these are noob questions. I'm still in the process of learning but it's fun.