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7870 with rear blower?

Hi Guys, Its my first post and i have a question for you. Im about to buy a 7870 but i need to know what brand has a rear blowing design? My case is small and i need a 7870 that can take air from inside the case and exhaust it out the back. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
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  2. Yeah, you always want a rear blower design. No one wants more hot air into their case.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150604
  3. Thank you for reply. Out of those 3 brands which one would you choose? Also are those the only cards that are rear blowing?
  4. I currently have an XFX card so im leaning toward it but this HIS also looks nice. Hmm decisions decisions.
  5. Also seen this on newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150606. Is this also a good choice, or is it not worth the extra $
  6. thor220 said:
    Yeah, you always want a rear blower design. No one wants more hot air into their case.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150604


    Just use a Quality case with good airflow and this wont happen!
  7. Buying a new case isn't an option for me right now. I plan on doing a new build early next year.
  8. ppdohc said:
    Buying a new case isn't an option for me right now. I plan on doing a new build early next year.



    have you ever thought of modding the case you have now?
  9. Wish i had modding tools myself. I have the storm sniper and like it more then most of the new cases coming out. It has the most interior space of any case I have ever had. It also can handle anything: water cooling, SSD, cable management, great look.

    @ppohc
    just get whatever brand you like.
  10. Earnie said:
    have you ever thought of modding the case you have now?
    With the case i have now the bottom of my current card is 3-4" from the bottom of my case, so not sure how to mod it.
  11. Ok the HIS cooler is out of the question due to it being huge dimension wise. Its between the powercolor and the xfx.
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