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Old 09-04-2017, 02:53 PM
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Default Carbide 100R and Front Intake Fans

I recently bought a 100R and am now wanting to add front intake fan to it. Should I buy a static pressure or airflow fan?

I've been having trouble getting a clear answer. Since the air vents are along the sides of the front panel, I'm assuming static pressure would be better.
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Old 09-05-2017, 01:43 PM
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I recently bought a 100R and am now wanting to add front intake fan to it. Should I buy a static pressure or airflow fan?

I've been having trouble getting a clear answer. Since the air vents are along the sides of the front panel, I'm assuming static pressure would be better.
You could go with either one, both will work just fine. Air flow is really for unobstructed flow and static pressure, like the ML series, is meant for radiators and restricted spaces. I would highly recommend the ML series.
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