Question for you guys. Have a 275R with 2 corsair ML140's up front. This is moving 200cfm through the intake. I have 3 corsair AF 120's on the rear and top and they are moving 150cfm exhaust. I have good positive pressure right now but want to change out the AF fans to ML as the white led's of the AF fans dont match the white led's they put in the ML series... I also have a ML 120 on my heatsink which sits right by the AF exhaust fans which drives me nuts seeing the 2 different led's by eachother.
So to maximize my cases cooling i was going to put 2 ML140's on the top as exhaust vents. I can do 2 120's or 2 140's, theres not enough room for 3 120's. Then i will replace the rear exhaust fan with a ML120 as well to match. Problem is now i have 275cfm of exhaust fans and 200cfm of intake fans. I have a single ML120 on heatsink and a sapphire tri-x radeon r9 290x.
Will i still maintain positive air pressure inside the case and not suck in un filtered dusty air? Does the GPU and heatsink fan account for anything with air pressure? Do they cancel themselves out with air pressure and just help move the air through the case?
ASUS Sabertooth 990FX
Sapphire Tri-X R9 290X 4GB
Corsair Vengeance Pro Series 8GB
Samsung 860 Evo SSD
EVGA 750W BQ
Windows 10 Home 64 bit
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