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My case airflow, are they doing good?

koji

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I have a pretty big case for an mATX.

 

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Pardon me, it's a bit dusty since im renovating my room.

 

And here are the Fan Orientation.

 

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Please enlighten me whether I did it good or bad. I got more intake since I want to get a positive pressure inside the case.

And as I check the air coming out of the exhaust they're hot so I guess it's doing the job good.

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Which fans in which mounts?

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@koji i would say thats good.. you could change the top fan to exhaust not sure how well that would work tho.. 

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I think a good clean out of those fans and heat sinks may help your temps quite a bit

 

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why do you pull air in on the top?

physics say ... heat goes up

 

better

top push air out

front looks fine

and back maybe intake

 

how about size? 120mm? 140mm? 

do you control the RPM curves?

 

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Which fans in which mounts?

1 Cougar CF 120mm fan on top others all came with the casing..

 

@koji i would say thats good.. you could change the top fan to exhaust not sure how well that would work tho.. 

Thank you. Yea I have thought of that before but they say maintaining positive pressure will save you from few dust. Hehe.

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1 Cougar CF 120mm fan on top others all came with the casing..

 

Thank you. Yea I have thought of that before but they say maintaining positive pressure will save you from few dust. Hehe.

If the intakes are filtered, balanced pressure can work better.

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why do you pull air in on the top?

physics say ... heat goes up

Warmer air rising is negligible when there's any active airflow.

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