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    Default How is this Cooling solution for my GPUs?

    Here i made a rough diagram of a better cooling system for my GPU. I made the HDD Cage a Duct for the GPUs.If u guys have something better in mind then please post as i need all the help i can get to cool these beasts. Also Suggest whether i should go for full blue led fans or should get some red fans & some blue. I want the Best Cooling possible regardless of noise. By the way my ASUS GTX 460s use DirectCu Cooler which uses a downforce fan not a blower design.

    Correction : The Side panel has a 120mm 2000 RPM TT Thunderblade fan.
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    Default Re: How is this Cooling solution for my GPUs?

    Top Intake ta dawa ta bhul na? Cause Top exhaust er hot air tai kintu abar bhitore jacche.

    Ar side panel fans work best as intake, but onek dust dhuke bhitore.

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    Default Re: How is this Cooling solution for my GPUs?

    Comments from a quick glance: reverse the fans in the HDD cage, the one blowing in air from the outside should be the lower rpm one.

    Top should only be exhaust, as aayman said. 3x 120mm exhaust vs two 120mm intake will create a negative pressure, but thats not a problem.

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    Default Re: How is this Cooling solution for my GPUs?

    follow both of the aayman and mazhar vai's suggestion ...
    in my opinion, instead of the top intake or side intake try to mount a 12cm fan in top of u're modded hdd cage as intake ... it'll serve enough air for cpu cooler and since V6 has dust filter on front panel, there will happen to be much more less dust then side intake ...
    Last edited by Mahfuz; April 1st, 2011 at 13:05.

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    Default Re: How is this Cooling solution for my GPUs?

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Top Intake ta dawa ta bhul na? Cause Top exhaust er hot air tai kintu abar bhitore jacche.

    Ar side panel fans work best as intake, but onek dust dhuke bhitore.
    Dust er kono chinta nai.But jototuk observe korlam top 120mm ta diye hot air bair hoy na rather 200mm ta diye onek hot air bair hoy so 120mm ta khub effective na as per my observation.Moreover amar GPU guli hot air chare in within the case...
    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Comments from a quick glance: reverse the fans in the HDD cage, the one blowing in air from the outside should be the lower rpm one.

    Top should only be exhaust, as aayman said. 3x 120mm exhaust vs two 120mm intake will create a negative pressure, but thats not a problem.
    Well tokhon LED fan ta thakbe na so dekhte valo lagbe na khub. To jei config e disi oita tey ki khub airflow effect hobe??Judi beshi effect hoy tahole 1300rpm ta front e diye dibo but beshi effect na hoile dibo na.
    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    follow both of the aayman and mazhar vai's suggestion ...
    in my opinion, instead of the top intake or side intake try to mount a 12cm fan in top of u're modded hdd cage as intake ... it'll serve enough air for cpu cooler and since V6 has dust filter on front panel, there will happen to be much more less dust then side intake ...
    Front 120mm fan jeikhane ase oikhaner dust filter guli remove kore disi....
    Last edited by Rakin the Devil; April 1st, 2011 at 15:12.

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