I bought Corsair AX850 PSU and FT02 Silverstone case and i'm not sure how to place my PSU.
in the Silverstone manual it says to place it in the way that air is blown outside the case through it's roof. Not possible, because this PSU is shaped differently. it can either blow the air inside (helping to cool motherboard) or through the back (if it will be very hot then i guess this way is better)
The problem with placing it so the air is blown thorugh the back is that it is partly (1/3) covered by the case, and only in 2/3 there are small holes.
on pic1 i placed it that it is blown inside, on pic2 it's the other way
on pic1 you can see that PSU fan will be partly blocked by the case if you turn it around
are you sure thats the way the corsair psu fans work???
Generally in a PSU the fan will suck in the air and blow out towards the grill where the AC plug is present... see this video for illustration on how the psu is positioned in a normal tower case... the fan is facing down (intaking air through the vent there) and blowing through the back of the case...
In FT-02 the PSU fan has to face the mesh grill on the side and the AC plug side facing the top... the psu fan will suck in air from the outside (through the dust filter) and blow towards the top... see this pic
you will have to push the psu a little down so that the fan comes nicely on top of the vent...
this thing is making my PSU unstable (it's not in the middle of it if i push it back)
and also, if i push it back i cannot really see any place to put screws anywere.
i see 4 holes for screws that fit the PSU but only when it is pushed to the roof of the case, and then of course it's fan will not be able to suck the air from outside completely as it is partly blocked....