Too much positive air pressure?

So I recently finished building my PC, Specs are as follows

i5 4670K @ 4.5 ghz (1.175 +/- .005 V)
ASRock z87 Extreme6
G.Skill Ripjaws X 16GB (2 x 8GB)
EVGA 760 GTX SC
OCZ ZT 750W (With fan facing upward to pull air from inside the case to exhaust)
Corsair Carbide 500R
Corsair H100i (Radiator mounted on top of case with 2x Corsair AF 120mm fans for intake pull)

But yea, I basically have a 200mm intake on the side of the case, 2x 120mm intakes in the front, and 2x 120mm intakes on the top of my case, pulling air thru my radiator with a 120mm exhaust in the back. My temperatures aren't bad, at least I don't think so, with my idling ranging anywhere from 22-27 degrees. Should I change any of the fans into exhausts, or is having this many intakes fine with a very mesh type case? Thanks
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  1. Its usually fine, you might want to change either the top to exhaust, or the bottom if you can, if not the bottom the top and side. Its not bad, but you can make it work better.
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