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Old 03-02-2008, 04:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have 5x 120mm fans, and i run at
108- cpu
100- system

all average of course. there is an intake in the front, intake on the side, and only one exhaust on the back, plus the two, 120mms on my geminii, by coolermaster, should i switch the side fan to an exhaust, or should i leave it the way it is, and what is the average heat for a computer?

oh, and if need be, should i place another 120mm in the top, i'd have to make a hole for it.

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thos better be farenheit. if its celcious turn your comp off right now!


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lol yes, its farnheit!
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i would think another exaust fan would do you well gettin better airflow if you do make your hole intop try putting it neer the rear of the case.
you prolly wont see a huge difference but some maybe2 or 3 degrees less in F

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well is there anything i can do to dramatically change the temperatures? am i ok with the heat now?
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Seems to be about normal for an air cooled rig.

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