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  1. Well my problem is that i want to have 16 fans in the front of my corsair 1000D series so 4fans on each side of the two 480 radiators in the front but i dont want to have the back of the fans visible on either of the sides and i want my build to look cool without sacrificing performance. So My question is if its possible to Change the rotation of the fan so it spins backwards or if its even better with airflow from both front and rear of the radiator. My guess is that its not so smart to make air flow in from both sides as it would cancel eachother out (can someone confirm or deny this)
  2. Hello, I read through the instructions for the H100i RGB Platinum, and it said for best performance use the fans as intake. I have the Corsair Mirror Black case (forgot the model number. I think 570x), and I have 3 front intake, the 2 H100i fans as intake on the top, and 1 exhaust fan, and I use my psu as another exhaust fan. Is this setup okay for my computer or should I use the H100i fans as exhaust?
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