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post #4624 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2018, 02:16 PM
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no, they do not take in air...but some coolers do exhaust air (like a founders edition, etc) and they should account for that..even though those blower style coolers are minimal airflow. It would be at the point of splitting hairs on maintaining postitive pressure where it becomes a problem (like 200cfm in, 190cfm out)

if you maintain at least 20+ cfm difference, you should be ok.

 
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