78 months ago
Let me say I know my system will work either way and I'm a dual engineering major at the University of South Carolina so I can't see why this wouldn't work and I think it would be better than the factory set up to be honest. This is what will be in the system it is all purchased and once built I will post pictures of my completed build. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1bHuz
It is my belief that instead of having the two 200mm fans on the top blow out since the radiator is mounted at the top that it would be better to have them blow in and have the fans on the radiator itself speed up that cooled air and send it down onto the video card and gpu. I know you want positive pressure in your case and if I Pulled form the front, top and side then had a 120mm fan to speed up the air from the front through it or even pulled out from the side as well as the back I believe that would create a current of air circulating in the system that would be cooled by the radiator. There is also and additional 80mm slim fan in the build that fits into the card support which will blow directly onto the cards. Please give me your thoughts on this proposed configuration I have sent a diagram to a mechanical engineer and a aeronautical engineer but input from someone knowledgeable in computers would help.