Air Flow Case Fans / Temps

Currently I don't think I have the correct air flow in my case system temps seem to be slightly high and my Coolant is reaching 45c+ in my H100I GTX

CPU 6700k 1.2v adaptive

Gaming temps
CPU 68c
GPU 66c
Coolant 45c (Corsair link flashing red)
Hard drive 29c~33c

Case NZXT Phantom 630
Rear: exhaust 120mm 1000 RPM (Stock)

Front: Intake 200mm 800 RPM (Stock)

H100I GTX: Exhaust under radiator 2x 120m Akasa Piranha 1900RPM

I still have the dust filters inplace on the top removing them reduced the temp around 3c
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  1. There is not much you can change. You can get a second intake to the front or replace the radiator fans with other high pressure fans. However the piranhas you have are pretty good already, only the Noctua NF-F12 industrial fans were real upgrades.
    Does it change anything if you remove the top cover?
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    There is not much you can change. You can get a second intake to the front or replace the radiator fans with other high pressure fans. However the piranhas you have are pretty good already, only the Noctua NF-F12 industrial fans were real upgrades.
    Does it change anything if you remove the top cover?

    Well I have removed the filter from above the radiator and it did take 3c off the temps so it droped to around 42c

    I was thinking of replaced the stock front and rear fans would that make the system any cooler?

    Current
    Frount 200m 800rpm
    Rear 120m 100rpm

    Replacements
    Front: 2x Corsair ML140 2400RPM
    Rear: Corsair ML120 2400RPM
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