Originally Posted by lancec2c30
I read it in a article on air cooling, It said if you get a low pressure system (higher CFM of exhaust output then intake) then you create a draft which will cause the pulling of air into every open space the case has. Which is optimal. Except for the fact that the negative pressure causes dust to collect faster in the case.
You remeber science class.
air travels from a place of high pressure to a place of low pressure..
Will that create a windtunnel effect where wind goes from the front to the back, or is that going to create some sort of crazy pattern of movement.
I'm asking, since I really don't know how it would work
Also, that is not how the Zero is designed, right? There definitely isnt an excess of exhaust
I'm not trying to diss the Zero, it's a good case, but I wouldn't consider it anything "special" or "extrordinary"