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What do you mean? Do you mean to ask to what extent it is noticable that dust fals through the vent holes in the top? If so, the answer from my experience is not very (I have an H100 exhausting through the roof though, so YMMV depending on what you have up there).

ok but if i had never in the top hole ? only 200mm fans stock ?
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finally done with the build, sleeved everything. The pictures are not that great but whatever. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I am really diggen' this set up biggrin.gif

I wanted to to something like this and make it look sort of like a stormtrooper (Star Wars of course wink.gif )
But alas the funds are not in the cards at the moment, and my wife wouldn't let me modify anything right now especially after getting a bike to travel around town on wink.gif

Keep up the great work though thumb.gif
post #3933 of 4826
Would it be to any benefit to use the H100 with one fan blowing in and one fan blowing out?
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Would it be to any benefit to use the H100 with one fan blowing in and one fan blowing out?

No idea, feel free to try it out and post the results here though tongue.gif
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Would it be to any benefit to use the H100 with one fan blowing in and one fan blowing out?

That's a very interesting question actually. I wouldn't mind finding out whether it makes any difference. I can imagine it wouldn't make much difference for temps, but maybe it could mean better airflow.

Although if you use the top for intake, I would suggest using a dust filter.
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Ok but if you use a stock fan configuration, the hole on the top is a problem when pc is turned off ? for the dust that coming from there
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Ok but if you use a stock fan configuration, the hole on the top is a problem when pc is turned off ? for the dust that coming from there
Depends how dusty the room is.
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Depends how dusty the room is.
yes but the into the pc the dust coming every time when its turned off.
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Looking for some feedback on my setup.

I'll try to get a picture up soon hopefully but the idea is I want to clear the HDD bays from the bottom right of the case and put my WD 2TB Caviar Black and SSD in the 5.25" bays using the Akasa 5.25" converters. Ultimately, this makes the inside look more organized and open but what I'm worried about is the temperatures on the Caviar Black without much exposure to the air that's circulating. Would any of you guys recommend this setup or should I just keep the HDD next to the PSU in the HDD bay?

I was looking for a 5.25" fan intake as well but I couldn't come up with much in my searches. Sweet case in any case.
post #3940 of 4826
Finally got around to ordering my new rig and I decided on the 650D. I have a question about airflow, though. After doing a lot of research, I'm sold on positive pressure so I'm thinking of flipping either the top 200mm fan or the back 120mm fan as intakes. The question is, which one? I'm leaning towards the 200mm to get the most air in vs. out. Has anyone tried this setup?
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