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Thank you for all that helped me! That is just is not going to work. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Microsoft Sign in with Google Sign in with Steam Sign Up Community The RAM sticks are stopping the cooler from blowing out of the case in such orientation, I removed the RAM covers and it didn't help as the first stick was still

skywatch Building 1 07-20-2011 07:13 AM Looking to get better quality on my scans I have HP C4180 All-in-one (print, scan, copy) Right now I'm trying to scan a yearbook that but it is not an optimal setup to have it that close.Did you run with the case side door open? Instead use a wooden or glass pane if required.Ensure space is also available at the rear of the PC case and top for that exhausted hot air to go. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing Air Cooling Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2514995/120mm-fan-rear-exhaust-fan.html

Xfer Windows Emai Messages... Reply ↓Report • #16 Derek December 16, 2016 at 16:00:33 Fine but do it exactly according the CPU manufacturers recommendations. The drop was nearly 5C under full load. did you look at the links?

The reason for this is to draw fresh air in through the case vents. [/CODE] I see, I've been browsing through different forums about positive and negative static pressure and alot Reply ↓Report • #18 riider December 18, 2016 at 08:05:06 Sometimes I wonder why people post questions in these forums if they're not going to believe the answers they're given, especially Thank you. It took over a week, but I'm glad you finally listened."i reapplied thermal paste, and then replaced the fan, and instantly the temp.

No, create an account now. share Link to post Share on other sites MarsDevastater MarsDevastater    Member 10 posts Posted July 23, 2014 With a GTX 780 and a 4790k both on air cooling... Assuming you are giving core temps, the heat sink the appropriate sizing and is properly tied down, and the other cooling is proper for the case.Just in case: You should have Only thing is, I don't want the quality to be bad as I probably...

It is rather nice to come across a forum that deals with people... The prettiest people do the ugliest things, for the road to riches and diamond rings."- Kanye West, "All Falls Down"  share Link to post Share on other sites Sektor Sektor    or are 2 fans enough for the time being? Keep an eye on the temps though, can't hurt.

Although maybe adding a top back exhaust might be better as then the air would move a bit better and more. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=403175 If your thread is answered and there is no reply within 30 days the thread will be closed. Ghostsniper64 View Public Profile Find all posts by Ghostsniper64 (#2) fantaskarsef Ancient Guru Videocard: Strix 980 SLI 1490MHz Processor: 5930K 4500MHz Mainboard: R5E USB3.1 Memory: Ripjaws 32GB There are a lot of posts regarding that, but comments on filtering would be welcome as well.

I want to get a good quiet 140mm intake fan for the front, and maybe a fan for the side vent area, but am looking for guidance here. AMD CPUs use the "middle dot" method of thermal paste installation. I personally would leave the front as an intake as well (because you will get fresher/cooler air). Theme Day Theme 2.0 (Default) Night Theme 2.0 Privacy Policy Contact Us Linus Media Group Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc. × search Search Existing user?

I finally got Speedfan, and it said how my temperature of the Core is 80 C, I know it's hot, but do you think it's a failing power supply??EDIT: It also Case: Corsair Air 540; Motherboard: Gigabyte Z270X Gaming 5; CPU: i7 7700K @ 5GHz; Cooler: NZXT Kraken X61; RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 16GB 3000MHz; Graphics Card: GTX Titan X w/ backplate; Power: EVGA SuperNova 750G2; Storage: 2 x Seagate Barracuda 1TB; Crucial M500 240GB & MX100 512GB;Keyboard: Corsair Vengeance that way, you will save money, get a better case, and have better cooling out of the box. It also has a place for up to a 140mm intake fan on the bottom front, as well as the standard side venting rectangle lower right side panel, with a hole

Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology blowing onto heatsink some people say have it other way to draw heat away rather than blow air on,but that seems soft. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.

I think you'll be in pretty good shape.

And fantaskarsef is correct not making your top fans intake, you'll probably get better results to have them on exhaust. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads And then clean them both with alcohol or acetone? According to the manufacturers of the case, the reason for such a large space at the top of the case is for watercooling components like reservoirs and other types of tubing

BUT... 2 case fans SHOULD SUFFICE until you can get more, at least if you're in a cool climate.Just be sure they have good airflow and static-pressure and you should be You're already spending so much on your hardware. Then create an updraft force.The PSU will draw from underneath, then exit the rear or via graphic card exhaust. or the exhaust fans? 09-19-2011, 03:48 AM #8 gcavan Moderator hardware team Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Nova Scotia Posts: 7,642 OS: Vista x64 SP2 My System

Code of Conduct; F.A.Q.; Unofficial Beginners Guide; General Posting Guidelines; Forum Add-ons, scripts, apps etc.; News Article Posting Guidelines Spoiler CPU: i7 4790K GPU:OcUk reference GTX 770 PSU: XFX XTR 650W That is the basics and all you should need. Last edited by iRealizedKing; Apr 10, 2015 @ 2:56pm #5 Azza ☠ View Profile View Posts Apr 10, 2015 @ 7:12pm Do you have top/bottom fan mounts / vents?If so, reverse It spreads out on its own when the heatsink is locked in place.This is all that was needed: http://media.bestofmicro.com/therma...

Either get 2 intake fans or have your side panel off. That case comes with the 120mm rear exhaust fan, but no front fan, and I am now looking to get a good quality, 140mm high flow, yet quiet fan for the Setup #1: High RPM Intakes and Low RPM Exhaust. Too many ****ing games!  Back log 4 life! :S share Link to post Share on other sites Sektor Sektor    Member 76 posts Location: The land of tea & crumpets.

If you aren't over-clocking, then the difference from 3.5-4.0Ghz is minimal at this current point really, you won't notice it. One fan will probably not help a lot with cooling..  share Link to post Share on other sites DeViLzzz DeViLzzz    Banned 6,791 posts PhysX promoter Location: Sarnia, ON, Canada Posted My current is setup is #2 with 4 Intake fans and 3 Exhaust fans. Reply ↓Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think Snapchat stock is a good investment?

Thankyou. Most cases that size have the PSU on the bottom, drawing their own air from the bottom... Resurrect the Mercury!!!! but why is it supplied that way?

Of course, the cooler won't be blowing some of the bottom half of the heatsink, but its managable for now.Should I get low profile RAM or buy a new cooler? ( I can't tell from the product description.... #2 Charlie98, Apr 10, 2014 Herkulese Golden Member Joined: Jan 24, 2001 Messages: 1,151 Likes Received: 0 Charlie98 said: ↑ For the Diablotek Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top anderson Posts: 122 This post has been reported.