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I have 2 fans one exhaust one intake

Corsair carbide spec o4

Ryzen 2600 

1070 inno3d x2

Msi b450 gaming plus 

 

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2 minutes ago, robby999 said:

I have 2 fans one exhaust one intake

Corsair carbide spec o4

Ryzen 2600 

1070 inno3d x2

Msi b450 gaming plus 

 

This case have more room for more intake?  The single intake is already half covered by the front shroud.  I would at least put in 2 fans in the top as exhaust, so you create a Negative Pressure Environment - which means it will suck in air from any crack it can...I think you are going to need it.

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2 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

thats enuf. mabye 1 more intake

From the pics, I THINK it can put another in the bottom but its nearly completely covered by the front shroud.  If it could fit another intake, I would put a fan everywhere you can.  Im a fan guy though.

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10 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

This case have more room for more intake?  The single intake is already half covered by the front shroud.  I would at least put in 2 fans in the top as exhaust, so you create a Negative Pressure Environment - which means it will suck in air from any crack it can...I think you are going to need it.

Negative Pressure= Dust in all the places you don't want it to be. Ideally you only wanna pull through the front or wherever there is at least some kind of mesh or filter in front

 

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Just now, Nicnac said:

Negative Pressure= Dust in all the places you don't want it to be. Ideally you only wanna pull through the front or wherever there is at least some kind of mesh or filter in front

I used the words so likely I know the results ;) - it also ensures no hot spots building up, which will happen with that CPU/GPU spinning hot air in that case begging to have cold air in, and hot air out lol.  There is optimal, then there is enough for case cooling and I am always seeking optimal.  The case itself is a complete design flaw I personally would avoid at all costs.

 

Currently at my house I have 1 PC set up as Positive, 1 PC set up as Neutral, and 1 PC set up as Negative.  The Negative I clean out every 2 months.  The Positive every 3-4 months, the Neutral...still spotless after 1 year.

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5 hours ago, robby999 said:

2 intake and one exhaust will do ?

So one more intake ?

The case comes with 1 stock front intake. 1 front intake and 1 exhaust is enough but 2 front intake and 1 rear exhaust would be optimal.

If you would like fan recommendations, tell us where you're shopping / located, and your budget. 

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1 hour ago, WoodenMarker said:

The case comes with 1 stock front intake. 1 front intake and 1 exhaust is enough but 2 front intake and 1 rear exhaust would be optimal.

If you would like fan recommendations, tell us where you're shopping / located, and your budget. 

India 500 inr 

I have a circle 120 mm red fan 449 inr on amazon for exhaust 1000 rpm 

And front is stock case fan corsair 

920 rpm

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7 hours ago, robby999 said:

India 500 inr 

I have a circle 120 mm red fan 449 inr on amazon for exhaust 1000 rpm 

And front is stock case fan corsair 

920 rpm

The stock case fan included with the Spec 04 goes up to 1300rpm. 

At that price point, there isn't anything that stands out above the rest. The same Sickleflow clone from Ultima seems a bit cheaper. https://www.amazon.in/ultima-Quality-Cabinet-Cooling-Connector/dp/B0799LN1G8/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1541251691&sr=1-6&keywords=120mm

They're noisy but deliver decent airflow at high rpm or subpar airflow at low - med rpm. 

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4 hours ago, WoodenMarker said:

The stock case fan included with the Spec 04 goes up to 1300rpm. 

At that price point, there isn't anything that stands out above the rest. The same Sickleflow clone from Ultima seems a bit cheaper. https://www.amazon.in/ultima-Quality-Cabinet-Cooling-Connector/dp/B0799LN1G8/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1541251691&sr=1-6&keywords=120mm

They're noisy but deliver decent airflow at high rpm or subpar airflow at low - med rpm. 

Ultima good company ?

I dont want any led fires 

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3 hours ago, robby999 said:

Ultima good company ?

I dont want any led fires 

The Sickleflow and its various clones from Ultima, Circle, etc. -- they're the same fan. 

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