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post #4511 of 15204
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Originally Posted by VulgarDisplay88 View Post
Keep the side 200mm as exhaust but change the top to intake. They might be sucking in warm air. It's worth a try.
If you have the 3x 200mm fans all exhausting, you're gonna have negative pressure going on lol.
    
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post #4512 of 15204
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If you have the 3x 200mm fans all exhausting, you're gonna have negative pressure going on lol.
I think I am going to flip the top 200 near the back around, that way I have one blowing down directly to the CPU fan and GPU, and one exhaust.

All this shouldn't matter too much soon, because I am getting an H80 in a couple of days.
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post #4513 of 15204
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I think I am going to flip the top 200 near the back around, that way I have one blowing down directly to the CPU fan and GPU, and one exhaust.

All this shouldn't matter too much soon, because I am getting an H80 in a couple of days.
If you have one top intake and one exhaust you will inevitably be drawing hot air right back into the case. The only thing you really need to do is create a sort of slipstream/windtunnel effect. If you do that correctly none of that hot air will linger long enough to effect any of the other components. Ie bottom/front to top/back or vise versa. I think you will still benefit more from blasting that GPU with cold intake air from the side panel.
Let the flow of the case just exhaust the hot out.
 
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post #4514 of 15204
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Yeah. I've solved my supposed dealbreaker!

http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...k-warning.html
beware of the gleu that is used for velcro dont use it in a heat area
ik know it because i make that kind of velcro (its my job here in belgium)
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post #4515 of 15204
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Originally Posted by boontje3 View Post
beware of the gleu that is used for velcro dont use it in a heat area
ik know it because i make that kind of velcro (its my job here in belgium)
I wouldn't be using it anywhere near heat areas! Mostly on the sidepanel, far from where the heat is!
post #4516 of 15204
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I wouldn't be using it anywhere near heat areas! Mostly on the sidepanel, far from where the heat is!
ok fine yust wanted to inform you whit it +30° is the temp when it becomes
smelting again
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post #4517 of 15204
try this, I have this and it has provided me with the best air flow
top front intake
top rear exhaust
rear exhaust
front intake
bottom intake
side intake
put a fan in the 5.25" drive bays intake, you will have to leave the door open slightly for air intake but it blows cool air directly into your CPU
   
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post #4518 of 15204
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Originally Posted by boontje3 View Post
ok fine yust wanted to inform you whit it +30° is the temp when it becomes
smelting again
Besides. I probably wouldn't be using it to carry the weight of the fans. Maybe just the filters.
post #4519 of 15204
I think the top 200mm fans should only be used as exhaust.... hot air rises so it only makes sense to exhaust the top fans.
post #4520 of 15204
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Sad day. I found the perfect thing to finish off my water cooling loop and the shipping is 10X the price of the LED.
Edited by LPRaver89 - 8/14/11 at 6:31pm
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