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Top fan exhaust or intake?

I just installed a cooler master hyper 212 Evo and I have the fans on it set as push pull method and where it exhausts out the back.

So my current set up is front , side = intake and the air taken in gets pushed and pulled and exhausted through the back by the CPU coolers fans and I have a vent still open on top I'm wondering should that fan be exhaust as well?
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  1. Exhaust, but you may not even need to put a fan there if your temps are good (I'm assuming that there isn't one there already, and that you're thinking about adding one).
  2. DJDeCiBeL said:
    Exhaust, but you may not even need to put a fan there if your temps are good (I'm assuming that there isn't one there already, and that you're thinking about adding one).


    Yea I am planning on putting on there, my temps are good but I have a left over fan so I thought I might as well add it on, would I see maybe a small temp drop if I add one anyway?
  3. Best answer
    bingaloman said:
    would I see maybe a small temp drop if I add one anyway?


    There may be a small drop in temps, yeah. It won't be dramatic, though.
  4. Thanks!
  5. You're welcome. :)
  6. Best answer selected by bingaloman.
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