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Best Exhaust/Intake ratio for 570x

Emanbaird
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I have a Corsair 570x, and it comes with 3 120mm Intakes in the front, and i added 2 120mm corsair fans near the top,

 

I had the 2 at the top when i had my h100i, but my thermals on my 2700x hover around 75c+ under load with ryzen master oc'd to 3900@ 1.325V.

 

i'm wondering if i should add another another exhaust up at the top left of the case, but then I've heard its better to have Positive pressure, so would I benefit from just having 1 exhaust on my left side?

I am going to either get an 240mm liquid cooler or a higher end air cooler, so is it different depending on what i do? 

 

This may be the wrong thread, i'll go ahead and recreated it, it just didn't seem to fit either the water-cooling or the air-cooling themes since that seems to be more oriented towards the coolers themselves

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Usually, it's recommended to have your radiator on the front of your case. This lets it have a fresh supply of cool air to help your CPU stay nice and cool.

Then have exhaust in the top/back, this is due to the fact that heat rises.

 

I would also note that 75c isn't that hot at all, and you don't have to worry until it reaches 90c.

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2 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Usually, it's recommended to have your radiator on the front of your case. This lets it have a fresh supply of cool air to help your CPU stay nice and cool.

 Then have exhaust in the top/back, this is due to the fact that heat rises.

 

I would also note that 75c isn't that hot at all, and you don't have to worry until it reaches 90c.

Yeah, I was trying to get to at least 4.00 on all cores, and i can't get there without pushing the voltage, when i do it goes around 90C

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