Posted 27 November 2012 - 11:21 PM
I would say the side fan over the video cards definetly be an intake. If your using an aftermarket cooler, you may not have room for the fan over the CPU, but if your using the stock cooler, I would have it blowing in the same direction the stock cooler fan is blowing, in most cases it would be intake, as well. If you are using an aftermarket cooler, and you have room for a fan there, then experiment to see what gives you the coolest temperature. the front and bottom fans, should be intake, and the ones on top back should be exhaust. Thats how I would do it anyway.
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