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  1. #21
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    And you have the "PCI fan" blowing in ?
    So that's 2 fans in / 1 fan out ? Still not balanced, but if it works, great !
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    how about a duct like this...keeps it nice and cool not getting temp any higher than about 42/43c @ 3500rpm




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    Looks nice, really nice serial. But I liked the old one you showed me.
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    that duct looks quite nicely set up, pity you dont really have any other fans to help in air circulation.. but then even if you did it wouldnt be much help with the cables everywhere :D
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    How can you say he doesn't have fans. maybe he has two on teh case. One on the top and 2 intake. YOu cant assume that.
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    hmmm..well...im glad you like the looks of it Sparksta..

    though as for:
    pity you dont really have any other fans to help in air circulation.. but then even if you did it wouldnt be much help with the cables everywhere
    FYI:

    1) How do you know i dont have any other fans?. you dont even see the the side panel or any other part from the case for that matter....

    2)The cables are a mess because it al has just been fitted in.. no need to make it all nice just for it to have its picture taken with the intend to show the duct...

    3)The circulation inside my case is good enough to give me nice temps during load.

    4)Dont assume things you dont even see..unless you know that persons hardware..wich in my case you dont..


    NOT ment to say it in a mean/angry way.. im just commentin'

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    Mine came with something like that, it's just a plastic tube that directs airflow to the HSF, but it leaves a lot of open space, so I wonder how much good it does. Might need some modification so it goes only to the HSF. Maybe stronger fans too.:confused:
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    yeah looks like the same principle....though yours is square (or so it seems from this angle)...mine is round..mine covers the whole fan area...so all the air sucked in it blows right onto the HS..anyways.. does the job for me.. aint that what counts :D


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    E^vol: Actually I have two fans blowing air out...the normal rear fan and the PSU fan(s) (100mm intake and 80mm exhaust). ;)

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