Not to sure If i'm in the right place. I figured it would be moved if I wasn't in the right area. Main question is about PC Cooling.
I'm wondering what the best way is to cool your PC components with your fans. Is it better to bring more air in then out? Or exhaust more out out then in? Should it be the same? Bring as much air in as your pulling out? etc. I feel there isn't very much information on this subject and would like to know more.
I've also heard the GTX 690 will exhaust hot air inside the case. So this question is a bit of a concern for me. Thanks in advanced!
There are a few more factors that are involved in positive and negative air pressures. Where your components are placed, how much heat they put out, where your case fans are located, the size of them, and how many Cubic Feet per Minute of air the fans push (also known as CFM)
Positive air pressure is having more intake than exhaust, and having filters on your intakes will help reduce dust.
Negative air pressure is more exhaust than intake, and are harder to keep dust free.
It's a matter of preference as far as positive or negative pressure goes.
Although on the lower exhaust, I have it switched as an intake with my corsair cwch60 liquid cooler, with the stock antec fan, and the fan that comes with the cooler. This allows for better CPU cooling, and doesn't mess up airflow, too much.