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Questions for airflow. Positive or negative for low energy processor.

Kooeunbam
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Doesn't really matter with how little power it uses.

I am using low energy processor, intel J5005.

I am wondering will positive airflow would be better for low energy cpu or negative airflow is?

Maybe i can try neutral airflow if i use gluegun :)

What do you guys think?

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36 minutes ago, Kooeunbam said:

I am using low energy processor, intel J5005.

I am wondering will positive airflow would be better for low energy cpu or negative airflow is?

Maybe i can try neutral airflow if i use gluegun :)

What do you guys think?

This should be good... uhm gluegun?

 

 

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Strictly speaking, it doesn't matter. It's a low powered processor so any cooling it gets will keep it cool really. 

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Are you using the integrated graphics? If so, one fan exhausting near the CPU. Add an additional fan (intake) in the front if you want symmetry.

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Doesn't really matter at all. As long as there's airflow going on, it stays cooled. "Pressure" only effect on dust built-up around the case.

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