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  1. Hey Everyone, I recently bought a 5000D airflow case. I have 6 intake fans and 4 exhaust fans (3 top 1 rear). My question is does having the top exhaust fan right next to the intake fans hurt the airflow. My thinking was the top two intake fans would bring air in and right out the top frontmost exhaust fan. I'm not sure if anyone has tested this or not but if anyone could let me know it would be really appreciated. Thanks
  2. Hi Everyone, We've noticed that there have been some questions about the best way to handle the side panels on the 4000 and 5000 Series cases, so we've gone ahead and put together this quick how-to video for reference. [ame] [/ame] Happy PC building!
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