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  1. #1
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    Default Air flow

    Hello,

    I've mounted a hard drive cooler which looks like this

    I've directed the flow of air from it to perhaps trying to reach the PCI slots which I have my video and network card there. I've checked my comp temp and with that 'flow' my mobo runs hotter. I don't know about the vid card temp.

    So should I stop that 'flow'? If so, then I'll just have to place the HD slave cables to block the air.

    But then where does the hot air goes?

    I'm confused please help me. TQ

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    Default Re: Air flow

    We need more information. For instance: how much of a change did you see in MB temps? What hard drives do you have installed and how many of them? How are they oriented? Do you have other intake/exhaust fans? How many, what sizes?

    But my first guess is that you are simply picking up the exhausted HD heat on your MB temp sensor.

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    Default Re: Air flow

    When the air gets hot enough it opens up a temporal time rift and vanishes. Why do you think you always lose socks in the dryer?

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    Default Re: Air flow

    Quote Originally Posted by eat@joes
    When the air gets hot enough it opens up a temporal time rift and vanishes. Why do you think you always lose socks in the dryer?
    Isn't that something that sometimes happens between temporal lobes?

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