Haf 932 case flow

Was it good idea have both rads intake, do I need more case fans?

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  1. Never cared much for side fans. Ideal airflow is from bottom front to rear and top rear.

    Don't really know much about watercooler of that type.
  2. Airflow is looking OK, but I assume you are going to put an exhaust 120 on the back and possibly 1-2 on top? You currently have a lot of positive flow, zero negative.

    Remember that your airflow in over your rads will be slowed down quite a bit, so don't assume you need to match 1:1 on intake fans and exhaust. You'd rather have neutral airflow or negative flow, if possible.
  3. rubix_1011 said:
    Airflow is looking OK, but I assume you are going to put an exhaust 120 on the back and possibly 1-2 on top? You currently have a lot of positive flow, zero negative.

    Remember that your airflow in over your rads will be slowed down quite a bit, so don't assume you need to match 1:1 on intake fans and exhaust. You'd rather have neutral airflow or negative flow, if possible.


    thanks alot this post help me alot.

    yeah I aiming for a low noise computer, I tested just fans and made sure they have low noise, they also push wery little air.

    I will have 2 weak 500rpm one exhaust rear and one in top.
    Currently the rear is intake but I think I will make it exhaust.

    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii50/blundnec/th_648.jpg

    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii50/blundnec/th_6482airflow.jpg
  4. That's a lot of radiator space for a CPU only loop.

    Edit: read your other thread that there will be GPUs. My mistake.
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