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Thermaltake V1 odd fan config.... exhausting front and rear set up!

WrathofBill

41 months ago

Does anyone else run a push and pull cooler at the front of case exhausting air and 2 x 80mm fans also exhausting air at the rear. I have tried all different combos trying to create positive air flow through the case but for some reason I am getting better cooling with front and back exhausting air??? Idle my i5 6600k o/c 4.4 ghz sits around 25C and under stress testing after gaming to warm the case up temps stay under 55 C. Even my GPU which sits mostly around 2066mhz o/c when gaming is running 5-6 degrees cooler.

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  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

does it mean that it works for your system? do you think this setup will also work on a CoolerMaster N200 case?

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Im not sure but by my finding's it works on the Thermaltake core V1, unless I am going mad :) Or haven't a clue what I am doing ;)

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