Originally posted by: geezer_wheelz
The only thing I would suggest is changing around the side fans.
As a rule the CPU fan is blowing air away from the CPU, so if you have side fans sucking air in then there is going to be a vortex being created right around the CPU area.
True, but not with this case.
The two top exhaust fans are positioned directly above the CPU, exhausting the hot air that rises from the CPU.
My Arctic Freezer 64 Pro blows the hot CPU air directly into the 120mm rear performance fan.
On my setup, these three 120mm exhaust fans are power/performance fans, higher RPM and CFM than the side intake fans.
The lower side fan helps cool my 285, the top side fan provides cool air to the CPU/940.
Trust me man, it works extremely well.
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