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NZXT H510i with Corsair H100i

cuevas
  • 6 months ago

I am trying to install my H100i in the front bracket of the NZXT H510. I wanted to fit it inside the front gap unfortunately with the fans attached it doesn't fit in that gap.

So the setup looked like this:

Bracket:Radiator:Fan:front of case

And it didn't fit.

I know this works:

Fan:radiator:bracket:front of case

But what I was wondering if I could do was this:

Radiator:bracket:fan:front of case.

Would this ruin what the fans are doing? I would have the fans as intake fans and two out take fans on the top and back of case.

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  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

generally speaking a positive case air pressure is better for cooler but will ultimately collect more dust within the case but the equal fan pressure your pushing with 2 120s in and 2 120s out will be perfectly fine.

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