After reading over this post: Air Flow Question, it seems like flipping the back exhaust fan to pull air into the case (through the radiator) will disrupt the air flow of the overall case.
This would be the setup I would be running after installing the H60:
Back 120mm w/ H60 Radiator
Side Panel 200mm
I currently do not have a fan for the bottom of the case (Should I?) ... To me this seems like a bad setup ... It seems like a proper air flow situation would leave the following:
Bottom (If I purchased another fan)
But, this isn't really feasible with the H60.
I suppose the question is what should the configuration be with the H60? ... Should I buy a bottom fan? ... Should I just send the H60 back and get something like the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus and leave the proper fan configuration?
I would really like to keep the H60, I love the product and thing it will be really fun to have.
i would imagine that almost any fan configuration will give you safe operating temps at stock speeds in the haf 922, although some will obviously be better than others. i dont think you need to return anything, but i would test whether the side fan works better as an intake or exhaust, or simply removed from the case, as i have heard different people report best results with all three options.
also: cant you use the rear 120mm fan that comes with the case as your bottom fan?
My understanding for the H60 is that you have to flip the rear fan in order to pull air into the radiator that's mounted to the fan.
I hadn't considered mounting the stock rear fan to the bottom of the case but that does make sense... I was thinking about doing push/pull on the radiator with the stock rear fan if it's possible ... not sure though ...