Question I need some help on my current setup

Feb 15, 2021
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So i have 2 intakes which is one at the front and one in the bottom near the psu.
And 3 exhaust fans 2 which are at the top and one at the back.

Is this good for airflow ?

Cause ive been using this for sometime and my cpu temp never goes to 60°C
Gpu temps are fine i must say dosent go 80°C+

2 Intakes are always running and the exhaust at the back too but ive set the 2 exhaust fan on the top of my case to run when my cpu temperature reach 47°C
(CPU idles at 40°C)
 
As long you make sure exhaust fans are above the intake fans, this should be ok.

However - for dust collection, or rather to minimize it, there are some points:
  • Elevate the cabinet some few inches from the floor if possible.
  • There should be a net positive pressure within the cabinet - i.e if all fans are similar and dust filter isn't used, there should be one more intake fan than exhaust fan.
 
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As long you make sure exhaust fans are above the intake fans, this should be ok.

However - for dust collection, or rather to minimize it, there are some points:
  • Elevate the cabinet some few inches from the floor if possible.
  • There should be a net positive pressure within the cabinet - i.e if all fans are similar and dust filter isn't used, there should be one more intake fan than exhaust fan.
About dust collection i dont usually see a lot of dust in my pc its very very less
And i use to clean my pc atleast once a month and i mean removing most parts, i remove and clean my fans if they have dust but as far as i remember i see dust very less


OH! Idk why but my cpu fan just collects a lot of dust than case fans any idea why ?
 
Feb 15, 2021
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About dust collection i dont usually see a lot of dust in my pc its very very less
And i use to clean my pc atleast once a month and i mean removing most parts, i remove and clean my fans if they have dust but as far as i remember i see dust very less


OH! Idk why but my cpu fan just collects a lot of dust than case fans any idea why ?
As long you make sure exhaust fans are above the intake fans, this should be ok.

However - for dust collection, or rather to minimize it, there are some points:
  • Elevate the cabinet some few inches from the floor if possible.
  • There should be a net positive pressure within the cabinet - i.e if all fans are similar and dust filter isn't used, there should be one more intake fan than exhaust fan.
So this setup should be ok right ?
 

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