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You tried setting all the fans to full speed, including the case fans? I know it will be noisy, but hey, what can you expect when running crossfire? Also, as other people has mentioned, the top fan should be exhaust no matter what from my experience.

Maybe you should consider getting a new case, perhaps a big tower? I have the lanboy air, midi tower, and the cooling in this case really is excellent. You can have 2 fans blowing straight into the GPU's (comes with fan controller) + 2 internal fans and a total of 15 fans. You can also count in the front fans which blows directly towards the GPU's. It worked very well for my former GTX 470's since they would run pretty hot. But yeah, I doubt a lot of people would recommend it here, as I've heard a lot of negativity about it. But it's a really good case for GPU cooling imo.
Edited by Stefy - 2/13/11 at 10:03am
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