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Case Exhaustor Position


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airflow in the case makes all the differance on your processor

(well a fair amount). Most people put the exaust on the rear and top of the case, where input is on front and sides. I once had my tornado mounted in the rear as an intake, and when changed to an exaust, i lost about 10-15 degrees in most areas of the inside of the case.

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I once had my tornado mounted in the rear as an intake, and when changed to an exaust, i lost about 10-15 degrees in most areas of the inside of the case.

wow , didn't know it could have that much of an "impact" on the temps ..

 

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i was suprised, but i guess it would also depend on the design of the case. The way it was setup, i was kinda feeding off the exaust of the power supply (tower was somewhat enclosed) so that had a little to do with it, but even when not enclosed, i had quite a bit of differance.

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