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I know how the fan placement on either the H50, H70, and Eco is recommending to go >[]> when placed on the back of the case, but would it be ok to go <[]< when placed on the back? Also does it matter which way the air flows through the radiator because I might place it on the front of my case.
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<rad< is fine, putting it in the front is a + to bring in cooler air.
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I had to switch to exhausting through the radiator, and I only lost about 2 or 3 c, but I also swapped to a card that exhasts out the back. Then I stopped using it because the H50's pump makes an annoying buzz or hum.
    
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i followed the instructions.... it's boiling hot inside my case. too lazy to fix it.....
    
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