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09-27-04, 05:33 PM #1
SP-94 + Panaflo... have it blow onto heatsink or suck?
In the next few hours I'm going to be using this heatsink and fan, want to know what would probably work best: having the fan suck hot air from the heatsink, or blow cool air onto it.
Here's the case setup: 2 80mm intake fans in front, 1 80mm intake fan on side, 1 120mm exhaust fan on back, plus Antec True430 PSU.
09-27-04, 05:34 PM #2
09-27-04, 05:37 PM #3
My XP-120 + Panaflo works best in exhaust. YMMV, I suggest you try multiple configurations and see what's best.
09-27-04, 05:38 PM #4
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Thermalright suggests blowing onto the heatsink but I would suggest trying both.
09-27-04, 05:57 PM #5
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09-27-04, 07:56 PM #6
Sucking if you have a duct to the outside, blowing if you don't.4p -Opteron 6274, 2.6ghz, 32gb, CoolerMaster 212+
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09-27-04, 11:58 PM #7
are you using a 92mm Panaflow? if so I have the exact same setup and blowing works the best, barring, as previously mentioned, any extra case mods like a heat duct, etc.
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09-28-04, 04:04 PM #9
Ok, once I finalize my setup (using a 3.06 instead of a 2.4 right now) I'll try both ways, shouldn't be too much of a problem.