I am wondering if I have "proper" ventilation in my case.
Basically, I have 3 CoolerMaster SickleFlow 120mm fans (rated 69CFM) acting as air intakes from front, side and rear. This leaves me with only a single Thermaltake 200mm fan on top to act as an exhaust. According to their website, this 200mm fan does not move a lot of air (65.3 CFM).
I am wondering, is this a huge problem for my airflow and case temperatures? or should I purchase and more powerful 200mm fan like the CoolerMaster Megaflow (110CFM)? If I did such a thing, would there be a drastic decrease in case temperatures? or only something small like 1-2 degrees?
Oh, I forgot to mention. I'm planning to get a Corsair Hydro Series H60. In order to cool the radiator as best as possible, I would like to intake air from the outside.. since the air inside my case is quite warm from the 9800GT SLI!
And the question remains... do I need a better 200mm fan at the top?
Also... does any know if the Megaflow will even fit the Armor A90? I did some measurements and it seems like it's 200mm. So I'm hoping so. Just looking for confirmation.
I bought that Megaflow 200mm and it did not fit. The thermaltake one that was removed said 172 on the label, which I'm guessing is specific to that model fan. Did I overlook a different installment procedure?