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Hello everyone, I want to add another fan to my HAF-X case. There is only one room for additional fan which is at the top and away from the back panel. Currently the setup is standard one which is Intake: Front 200 mm, Side 200 mm Exhaust: Top left 200 mm, back 140 mm The only place where I can add another one is at the top right or away from the back panel and near the RAM and drives. So when I get it, should I use it as intake or exhaust to create the best balance of negative / positive airflow pressure? The reason why I am thinking about this is because I live in hot environment and yes I do have the AC turned on most of the day but not all of it and I keep my PC turned on for weeks. So there will be a time when the AC will not be turned on and the PC is still running hot. In addition to the fact that recently I lost a HDD probably because of the heat or maybe the device itself might have been faulty but I'd like to make sure that case has as much airflow as possible. I guess that it would be best to use the new fan as an intake fan. But this is only my guess and it can be right or wrong I really do not know. Here is a photo of the case to help you imagine the situation. Waiting for your suggestions!! Thanks in advance.
I have a hp pavillion g7 2240-us and the laptop fan is constantly loud because it comes on a lot I have cleaned out th dust twice and it will stop for awhile but statrts whirring constantly so I was thinking of replacing the stock fan with thishttp://www.censuspc.com/Dynatron-i2-Intel-Socket-G-PGA988-Copper-Heatsink-1U-and-Up-Server-CPU.html would it cool better than the stock fan and also would it be able to sufficiently cool a 45 watt rpga988 or would I still want to stick with a 35 watt when I upgrade my processor?
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Hey community. I have been looking on this forum and other places online for information about a good CPU fan that is either 120mm high or low profile that will fit an am3+ motherboard i have had no look and was wondering if this community has any ideas. There are some problems with my rig though. The case is 7 inches wide so roughly 178 mm and my motherboard sticks out about 30 mm and my side case fan is 25 mm I can't access the rear of my motherboard so all CPU fans that need the special mounting bracket are out. I intend to do some light overclocking but nothing extreme so efficiency is of semi importance. I will give you guys my spec just incase it helps. AMD FX4170 quad core @ 4.2 ((stock CPU cooler) the reason i wish to change it is due to temps of 57C at full load using prime95) Nvidia 9400 GT (this will be upgraded soon to a AMD Radeon HD 7770) Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 500GB HDD 1 Arctic f12 fan (intake) 2 Arctic f12 pwm fans (side case) 2 Artiic f8 fans (exhaust) 8GB Ram If anymore information is needed feel free to ask.