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Old 06-05-2019, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Yemble View Post
I couldn't disagree less
The only thing that I would add, is that hot air rises. So for me, exhausting at the top makes sense, which is why my radiator is at the front.
Actually it does not. Colder, heavier air sinks and displaces the warmer air, but this is only important when having a scientific discussion. Differences in local case temperature and the effects were discussed above.

Originally Posted by Yemble View Post
Internal case cooling can be optimised with well placed fans and temperature based profiles.
Yes, I think that is what the entire discussion is about! Incidentally, even moderate fan speed will drastically overpower any natural convection, so that brings it back around to case layout and preference.
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