Im looking to improve the cooling in my Corsair Carbide Series 500R case by placing a intake fan on the bottom of the case.
Im currently using Noctua's NF-S12A PWM fans (2 front intake, 2 top outtake, 1 back outtake) and im using the Corsair 200mm fan that came with the case on the side panel.
My question is with the case being about 1/4th of an inch off the ground in addition to having a dust filter should i focus on a different fan then the NF-S12A PWM ive been using or should i buy one with a higher static pressure like their NF-F12 PWM. Idealy i would like the fans to be Noctua so they match. The fans are already ulgy enough, I dont need mismatched colors aswell.
Sorry if im not making sense. I tried my best to quickly educate on case cooling, but I feel like on on WebMD and everything looks like Lupus. Hopefully I made enough sense to get my general request across.