Ok shademaster lotÂ´s of info right there^^
My concerns: With the h70 rear mount that blows exhaust air into the case ...my concern is that it could heat up the ram before beeing sucked by the 200 mm exhausts...
I have a GTX 295 and it disposes a LOT of heat ....so that travels up the mobo and RAM too before reaching the 200mm exhausts ...and as the 200 mm intake blows ....it would just mix with the hot air from the GPU and HDDÂ´s and not really supply the mobo with cool air...and from what I have seen the 200 mm intake is soo high that it couldnÂ´t even fully reach the gpu even if it was mounted on the first PCI ....
So what do you think would provide perfect air flow considering an h70 rear mount?
pl state precisely^^ what you think should be in and outtake.
I had a crazy idea^^ maybe turning the mobo around ...therefor the gpu would be at the top which would be perfect because the heat exposed from it would not interfere with the mobo ....the h70 would be directly supplied with much cool air from the side 200 mm intake and the gpu would also get a lot more air from it because it would just be so much higher.....h70 would also benefit a lot from the 140 mm ....and if at the bottom 120 mount was there it would be supplied from 3 sources^^ and it could all be sucked out perfectly by 120 mm rear and 2 x 200 mm top exhaust
just a crazy guess but pl concetrate more on my first question
Oh yeah and two minor questions^^
1.)How do I know if the phantom case I am about to buy is the version with lower the 120 mm rear mounting holes so that mounting an h70 would be easier?
2.) Is there another way to get the optional fans without being forced to pay 25 dollars shipping on amazon??
3.)This one is important^^ Does ANYONE know yet if the sidepanel fan can be mounted with the h70 mounted at the rear???!!!Edited by Kung Pow - 12/6/10 at 10:00am