Question Will it be better?

fer010122

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Hi guys, I currently have a Corsair Spec Omega as my case, also a Cooler Master Hyper 212 and plus two system fans, I was wondering if it is a good idea to remove the glass from the front panel to help the airflow with my Ryzen 5 3600X and my EVGA RTX 2070 Super (I can't test the temps right now because I'm traveling) I'd like an opinion
 

fer010122

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Hi guys, I currently have a Corsair Spec Omega as my case, also a Cooler Master Hyper 212 and plus two system fans, I was wondering if it is a good idea to remove the glass from the front panel to help the airflow with my Ryzen 5 3600X and my EVGA RTX 2070 Super (I can't test the temps right now because I'm traveling) I'd like an opinion
No plans on OC mainly for gaming
 

DSzymborski

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I'd ask when you're done traveling. The case doesn't have a very large intake, but you can't attest to an actual problem without knowing the temperatures. If there was a mesh panel with a dust filter, you could do that, but I'm not sure if something like that is available on a case that is fairly non-standard in shape.

But really, see if you have a problem before you swap something that might be a problem for another issue; you may have more airflow without anything in the front, but you'll also have a giant opening that's an easy way to accumulate dust inside your PC.
 

fer010122

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I'd ask when you're done traveling. The case doesn't have a very large intake, but you can't attest to an actual problem without knowing the temperatures. If there was a mesh panel with a dust filter, you could do that, but I'm not sure if something like that is available on a case that is fairly non-standard in shape.

But really, see if you have a problem before you swap something that might be a problem for another issue; you may have more airflow without anything in the front, but you'll also have a giant opening that's an easy way to accumulate dust inside your PC.
I'll check that but on second thought I don't think it's gonna be a major problem
 

fer010122

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If your temperatures are an issue, you might get more of a benefit with a cooler upgrade than removing the glass. I'd rather not have you take the glass out of your very cool looking case!
Nah I really don't think temps are going to be bad at all I was just trying to find problems I guess. After all thanks for the help ( and advice) , you seem to be a very nice guy if you want we can add each other on discord and play some games
 

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