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Thermaltake Core needs fans?

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If I use an air cooler in the Core P1, do I need extra case fans?. Also, what is the difference between the Core P3 and the Core P5?

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1 minute ago, dingd0ng said:

If I use an air cooler in the Core P1, do I need extra case fans?. Also, what is the difference between the Core P3 and the Core P5?

No. You do not need more fans 

 

P5 has more RAD space, hence it's taller. Thats about it. 

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12 minutes ago, dingd0ng said:

If I use an air cooler in the Core P1, do I need extra case fans?. Also, what is the difference between the Core P3 and the Core P5?

It's an open case, you don't need extra fans.

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I would recommend choosing another case. Those kinds of cases have shown to have higher temps for components than normal towers. I think main reason is that you don't have active airflow towards components using air coolers. It seems like that case doesn't even have fan mounts in places which would help to cool components. So you would have to use DIY mounting which is less than optimal when you could have gotten better case for air cooler setups.

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