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post #11 of 19
get better case air flow.
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seen people do that. top and front is intake and back and window fan is exhaust.
That's freakin' rad. I'm trying that when my Nine Hundred Two comes in.
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Heat rises so have all your fans blowing in except the top as the exhaust. Also I'm not sure if you can but if you can remove the bottom HDD cage if you have your HDD on the center cage would open up air. Check my sig photo in profile.

If that doesn't bring temps down the blow em all in with the back fan as the exhaust. Try both scenarios and see which might lower temp.

MSI Twin Frozr II or any open GPU non-reference cards do blow the heat coming off it into the case. They do cool the GPU better but if air flow is being restricted inside one is better off with reference cards with air out the back.

The non-reference cooling is sweet for overclocking however. They just came out with a MSI GTX 560 Twin Frozr II Gold Edition that would look really nice inside any rig with window side panel to gaze in for aesthetics.

The open air cards gather more heat with two or three cards as well as they heat each other up as hot air comes off them inside your case. Good case cooling however is key with those cards.

Let us know which worked best for you with your fans and if your bottom HDD cage is removable or not. Good luck.
     
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Heat rises so have all your fans blowing in except the top as the exhaust. Also I'm not sure if you can but if you can remove the bottom HDD cage if you have your HDD on the center cage would open up air. Check my sig photo in profile.

If that doesn't bring temps down the blow em all in with the back fan as the exhaust. Try both scenarios and see which might lower temp.

MSI Twin Frozr II or any open GPU non-reference cards do blow the heat coming off it into the case. They do cool the GPU better but if air flow is being restricted inside one is better off with reference cards with air out the back.

The non-reference cooling is sweet for overclocking however. They just came out with a MSI GTX 560 Twin Frozr II Gold Edition that would look really nice inside any rig with window side panel to gaze in for aesthetics.

The open air cards gather more heat with two or three cards as well as they heat each other up as hot air comes off them inside your case. Good case cooling however is key with those cards.

Let us know which worked best for you with your fans and if your bottom HDD cage is removable or not. Good luck.

There is alot of debate about this.
And if you think about it, what I am about to say makes sense.

Hot air from a camp fire is VERY hot. It thus creates a lot of upward force and you can feel the wind from it even.

The "hot" air in a computer is not near as hot. If the fans are slightly moving air down and out the side panel of the case, the air is not hot enough to disrupt that air flow at all. The fans will easily move all air in one general direction, regardless if it is hot or cold air.
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post #15 of 19
That's the reason they created the Silverstone Raven cases to rotate the motherboard as hot air rises. Anyways I have a suggestion. I think it will still help if you remove the PCI cover. I do that. I don't need it covered anyways and its the back part. So at least air can move around and go out. Just a try nothing bad to try and it won't make you lose anything.
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There is alot of debate about this.
And if you think about it, what I am about to say makes sense.

Hot air from a camp fire is VERY hot. It thus creates a lot of upward force and you can feel the wind from it even.

The "hot" air in a computer is not near as hot. If the fans are slightly moving air down and out the side panel of the case, the air is not hot enough to disrupt that air flow at all. The fans will easily move all air in one general direction, regardless if it is hot or cold air.
I can see your point. If I was in his position I would try them and see which scenario worked best by taking the temps after some gaming and see which brought down cooling better.

I'm lucky to have the front of my case a mesh bezel with huge air flow with no restrictions. My CoolerMaster HAF 912 mid-tower has a flexible mid HDD cage that is removable. I put my HDD in the lower cage. The front fan blows in with nothing obstructing it. I was hoping his could do the same for some improvement to his air flow.
     
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I can see your point. If I was in his position I would try them and see which scenario worked best by taking the temps after some gaming and see which brought down cooling better.

I'm lucky to have the front of my case a mesh bezel with huge air flow with no restrictions. My CoolerMaster HAF 912 mid-tower has a flexible mid HDD cage that is removable. I put my HDD in the lower cage. The front fan blows in with nothing obstructing it. I was hoping his could do the same for some improvement to his air flow.
yeah my CM Storm Sniper has great airflow too.

hdd cage isn't removable but there is a large cut out at the top of the case that lets air through easily to the ram cpu area.
Some goes to the graphic card.
And I have an intake at the bottom of the case also.

All hot air is blown out the top. And when I'm gaming I can feel the warm air from over 2 feet away from the case, so that air flow is an A+ for me lol
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Heat rises
This is true but it is largely irrelevant when considering a case with good airflow. Heat rises via convection and you will push the air around with your fans an order of magnitude or two quicker than convection will carry heat away.
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This is true but it is largely irrelevant when considering a case with good airflow. Heat rises via convection and you will push the air around with your fans an order of magnitude or two quicker than convection will carry heat away.
I just stated that if you read previous posts and he agreed in a previous post.
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