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Im in need of some fans, as my case has none at the moment, and im currently waiting for my noctua 14 to come from ebuyer, I have been looking at the noctua 120mm fans and the 80mm fans, they seem pretty steep but.. if they are worth it i'll buy them, have no idea about fans or how to set them up in my case for the best results, I have 1 120mm space in the front but its actually in the case if u know what i mean where the hds go, just below that, 1 120mm on the rear where they usually go and a 80mm on the side panel of the case, I would really like advice on how the fans should be pushing or pulling and which, thanks
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Im in need of some fans, as my case has none at the moment, and im currently waiting for my noctua 14 to come from ebuyer, I have been looking at the noctua 120mm fans and the 80mm fans, they seem pretty steep but.. if they are worth it i'll buy them, have no idea about fans or how to set them up in my case for the best results, I have 1 120mm space in the front but its actually in the case if u know what i mean where the hds go, just below that, 1 120mm on the rear where they usually go and a 80mm on the side panel of the case, I would really like advice on how the fans should be pushing or pulling and which, thanks
Remember this
Front=Airflow In
Back=Airflow Out
Top=Airflow Out
Bottom=Airflow In
Side=99.9% Of The Time Airflow In
Hope this helps its what i do and it keeps my rig cold
    
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Remember this
Front=Airflow In
Back=Airflow Out
Top=Airflow Out
Bottom=Airflow In
Side=99.9% Of The Time Airflow In
Hope this helps its what i do and it keeps my rig cold
I do the exact same pattern for most standard rigs and always get very good results. I'm sure some circumstances may vary this, but generally speaking--works great.
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