71 months ago
Good day to my fellow builders, I need your advice with regards to the airflow on my build. All in all the setup has a total of 7 Fans and all of them are "intake" so they get air from the outside and blow it into the case. Here is a breakdown:
3 fans - GPU 2 fans - Liquid Cooler 120mm 1 fan - 80mm Case (Side) fan 1 fan - PSU
the product page illustrates a recommended airflow diagram based either a Liquid CPU Cooler or default CPU fan and it's just a matter of flipping the PSU. I have a liquid cooler so I flip the PSU with the fan facing the mobo. Here is my problem... The PSU fan I have rotates in a way that it sucks air from outside and blows it into the case; like I said all the fans are doing "intake" and it will not make a difference if I flip the PSU around. I am concerned about the airflow not doing what its supposed to do. Can anyone give a good advice as to what I'm supposed to do? Would this be alright or should I make changes? and if I made changes what would be the best one to do? Would love to hear from anyone and I am open to suggestions. Thanks in advance.