As far as everything goes with overclocking... or even if you're not overclocking for that matter... is it better to have your processor fan blowing ON the heatsink cooling it all down, or sucking hot air off of your heatsink?
Seems to me that it'd be better having it blow on it and push the hot air out and away. However, now that I think about it, it might make sense to have the processor fan sucking the hot air out... maybe not though.
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