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would i have to buy a fan for this case to go above the psu beceae it says it comes with 2, 1 in the back and 1 in the front but it looks like room for another above the psu?http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...112-509&depa=1
i am gonna have to say that it is up to you.
the amount of air flow you can get in that case seems quite good - 2 fans will probably not be optimal if you know what i mean...

if you are air cooling, 1 or 2 additional 80mm's might not be a bad idea!!

they are cheap anywayz, and if you are getting that case, i am thinking you can afford 2 or 3 extra fans!
 

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would i have to buy a fan for this case to go above the psu beceae it says it comes with 2, 1 in the back and 1 in the front but it looks like room for another above the psu?http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...112-509&depa=1

That case holds 4 fans, 2 in front, 2 in back. If it comes with 2, get 2 more.
I think they're all 80mm.

Make sure you get fans with bearings, not brushes.
Better fans cost a little more. I think antec makes decent ones, but not certain. Shop around, even a good fan isn't that expensive and they're integral to your setup.

Good luck
 

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You can get a replacement side windows for lian-li cases that has additional 2x 92mm fans blowing directly on your AGP / PCI-E slot. very nice for $20, highly recommended.
 

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Looking at the back, You've got room for 2 extra 80mm fans above the PSU. Have those exhausting out, and have the 2 below the PSU bringing air in to supply the CPU.
 
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