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The Coolest

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 29, 2001
I have a Midi tower case with 3 5.25 drive decks so my PSU is vertical, and want to know if there is a way to cool down the case without drilling any holes
in it?
 

JaY_III

Senior of BX
Joined
Dec 17, 2000
the bottom right of your case shoudl have a spot to put another case fan. Place one here and have the air blowing in.
your PSU does the air blow into the case or out? You want to make sure that it blows air out.

do you have room for another case fan at the back of the case near the PSU? that is also another spot to place a fan without drillinng. you will most likly want this fan to blow ait out of the case

If you set up that fan to blow air out, you want to make sure tht your strongest fan, the one blowing air in is in the lower right of the tower. If you do this, your temps should drop and your case will not have any extra holes in it
 
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The Coolest

The Coolest

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 29, 2001
Thanks for the quick answer, but I don't have another place for the second case fan. I'm really lost in it.
The PSU is blowing air out. But I don't know where to put another fan, cause
If I put it on the side of the case it will blow on the PSU.