[SOLVED] Is nessesary to have all fans in this case ?

It depends what components you will be putting in there. I would add at at least one exhaust fan in the back and probably another intake fan in the front. If your GPU is a very mild one (low heat) or you are using on board graphics in the CPU, you might get by with only one fan.
 
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jay32267

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I think it's going to depend on your hardware.

For instance....I deal with quite a few run of the mill business PCs like Dell etc....and they generally only have a PSU fan and a CPU fan....but they aren't putting out the heat that a high end gaming PC would.
 
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Hey.
ECLIPSE P350X seems a good case for normal game setting and for that, one fan was never a problem.

But well, one more fan would be better depending on witch graphic card you want to put in.
 
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Ah,sorry forgot to include the components.
CPU: Intel Core I5 9400f
GPU:MSI GTX 1060 Armor
CPU Cooler:ARCTIC Freezer 34
RAM:Corsair Vegenance 16GB DDR4 2666mhz
PSU:Evolveo G550
MB:ASUS TUF B360 Pro Gaming
 
With no overclocking, you may be OK with only one fan. It won't hurt to try- just check your temps. You may also be able to flip your PSU so that it removes air from inside the case and exhausts it out the back.
 

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