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Sorry, I don't quite following what you mean...



How do you know when air is flowing through like its supposed to?
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Its really a case of making sure that the path between the front & rear fans is clear & not obstructed by cabling. This assumes of course that if, for example, you have the front fans blowing air in to the case, then the rear fans are blowing it out
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I have the fan on the PSU and one on the side panel.
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Does the PSU have a fan on the bottom of it that blows inside the computer or just the one fan on the back?
Which direction does the fan on the side panel blow? In or out?
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Does the PSU have a fan on the bottom of it that blows inside the computer or just the one fan on the back?
Which direction does the fan on the side panel blow? In or out?



I believe the only fan on the PSU is the one you can see from the back of most computers. THe one on the back of the PSU. I believe the one on the side panel blows out.At least it seems like it does. I'll check and see what kind of case it is

Edited by Sonic98, 30 January 2006 - 12:34 PM.

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