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Air flow help in Coolermaster HAF 922

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I have recently ordered the Coolermaster HAF 922 case. This case has one fan at the front, one at the back and one at the top. It also has fan spaces at the bottom and on the side panel. If i was to add extra fans in the bottom and side fan spaces, which fan would need to blow air and which to suck air. I have heard that at the bottom you need a fan sucking air into the case and the side the fan needs to blow air out of the case. Please advise which fan should blow where. Below is a review on the case that shows basic features of the case and shows the fan spaces.

Edited by PH3N0M, 18 January 2010 - 04:16 PM.

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