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I am using a corsair H60 liquid cooler. Am I going to get better cooling results by putting the radiator on the top of the case and sucking room temp air in through the radiator and then pushing it out back with another fan(plus a front fan intake also). Or am I not going to notice anything by just having my front intake fan and push the air out through the radiator with a fan? Thanks.

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Well, the key is to keep colder air coming in and blowing over the components removing the heat as best as possible. So My 2 cents is, whatever gives you the best airflow.

Most components like video should have temp sensors. If you want, switch positions of the fans and …

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Well, the key is to keep colder air coming in and blowing over the components removing the heat as best as possible. So My 2 cents is, whatever gives you the best airflow.

Most components like video should have temp sensors. If you want, switch positions of the fans and see what gives the best results.

No Use Front Fan to suck the Air in and blow out the air through Uper Raddiator and back fan

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