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Delta and Sanyo Denki Fan Question...

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Taipan

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I currently have a Sanyo Denki 80mm Fan on my MC-462a HSF ,and i was wondering, since i'm getting a Delta 80mm 68 cfm fan soon, could i put one on top of the other, to increase airflow ? Should I ? And if so in what order should they go on first, Delta then the Sanyo or vice versa ? Or is it too heavy.
 

Hoot

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No, the Delta is kind of a unique design among axial fans and should be run by itself. Put the 80mm on your case.

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proze

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stacking fans is not really worth anything... rather put the delta on the hsf and use the other fan as a case fan.
 
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Taipan

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k, well i'm not sure what to do with it, since i have no more spots left. Should i drill a hole in the top of my case for the 80mm or not and if so do i want it to suck or blow ?

Also i'll have those 4 other 80mm deltas and 2 120mm in the door so far. Do i need more? I really don't wanna one in the tower roof, but if it'll help then i'll do it.
 

burn'em

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Just replaced my Sanyo with the Delta on my 426-A it's running +3c over the sanyo. Don't know why? (see fan & fingers) I have a 120 in front and two 80 in the back. (one new delta) I reversed the the case fan when I put the new delta on. The 120 is blowing out the front and the to 80's are blowing in the back right on the 426-A with the delta on top. (What I can't hear you! it's like having a jet engine running in here) I'm going to install switches to turn the case fans on one at a time. When needed.