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July 5, 2002 9:37:16 AM

Next week I´m going to assemble a new rig. I would like to know, since this will be my first self-built rig, what case pressure is best: a negative or a positive pressure. Could anyone point out the pro´s and con´s to me?

Thanks,

Baztian

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July 6, 2002 7:06:49 PM

Negative would allow dust in through the gaps in the case.

Equal would be equal. :smile:

Positive would prevent dust through the gaps.

Too much of either positive or negative can theoretically be taxing on the fan motors.

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July 6, 2002 7:53:13 PM

I do this whenever I see a post for a first time builder. :smile:

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July 6, 2002 9:02:43 PM

When you compress air you heat it. But the higher the density of a fluid (including AIR) the better it conducts heat.

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July 6, 2002 9:27:47 PM

Thanks buddy! You can never have enough links... :smile:

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July 7, 2002 3:36:45 PM

Thanks Bryan, it´s very helpful! :smile:

Baztian

Hope I get it right the first time :wink: