Should I reverse the fan on my Volcano7? Tags: Heatsinks Fan Overclocking Last response: August 20, 2002 2:35 AM in Overclocking Share SINep August 20, 2002 2:29:26 AM It came stock with it blowing air away from the sink... Should I change it to blow air ON the HS? //moo/ More about : reverse fan volcano7 funkdog August 20, 2002 2:35:53 AM stock for the 7 should have definately been blowing on the CPU. Even the Alpha sinks that say should be blowing away from the CPU work better blowing on the cpu. I don't know anyone who uses the 'suck' method. <b>"These are my thoughts, your mileage may vary." Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can i reverse the direction of my intel heatsink's fan rotation? Forum Rear Fan Reverse blowing onto Heatsink?? Forum Can I reverse the fan direction on a stock Intel cooler? Forum SolvedShould I upgrade my CPU fan or my GPU first? Forum SolvedReversing fan in HAF XB? Forum SolvedWhat CPU fan Cooler should be good enough to get the most of my I5 2500k? Forum SolvedShould I use the processor's default heatsink and fan or get a better one? Forum SolvedShould I get a new CPU fan? Forum SolvedShould I mount my psu with the fan down or up? Whats your opinions. Forum SolvedShould I Buy A Fan Controller? Forum SolvedWhich way should MY PSU be facing, in accordance to fan instakes/exhausts Forum SolvedShould I buy an aftermarket fan? Forum SolvedShould I get another 200mm fan on the top of my case? Forum SolvedWhat way should my CPU fan(aftermarket) be facing? Forum SolvedCoolerMASTER CABINET Fan is not working what should I do ?? Forum SolvedWhich way should my noctua fan be blowing? Forum SolvedPush & pull CPU fan setup.2 fans with diferrent max CFM air flow. Which fan should be doing the pushing? Forum SolvedWhich heat-sink/fan should I buy? Forum Solvedwhat case fan setup should I use? Forum Upside down and reversed PCI exhaust or PSU with rear fan? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !