change fans from outake to intake?

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#1 Posted by Mr-Boszak (135 posts) -
how do i? i have speed fan btw
#2 Posted by macpop (3991 posts) -
just switch them around, if the fan is blowing air to inside the case is intake and if its blowing towards the outside then its outtake the best aircooling includes having a intake in teh front and a outake in the back
#3 Posted by DeeJayInphinity (13415 posts) -
Just turn it around.
#4 Posted by Mr-Boszak (135 posts) -
just switch them around, if the fan is blowing air to inside the case is intake and if its blowing towards the outside then its outtake the best aircooling includes having a intake in teh front and a outake in the back macpop
oh... lol
#5 Posted by macpop (3991 posts) -
[QUOTE="macpop"]just switch them around, if the fan is blowing air to inside the case is intake and if its blowing towards the outside then its outtake the best aircooling includes having a intake in teh front and a outake in the back Mr-Boszak
oh... lol

lol yea its pretty simple, but np i had the same Q when i started pc building XD
#7 Posted by Mr-Boszak (135 posts) -
You want the fan(s) in the front of your case to blow inwards and the fan(s) in the back of your case to blow the air outwards so you can feel the air just like a fan that you might use on a hot day.roulettethedog
ok, imm getting a new ccase and im wondering if the side fan should blow in or out, im thinking... in?? no wait out
#8 Posted by Jiggly_Wiggly (1912 posts) -
THis is how it is. Front Take Air IN Rear Air OUT Top Air OUT Side Air IN
#9 Posted by macpop (3991 posts) -
[QUOTE="Jiggly_Wiggly"]THis is how it is. Front Take Air IN Rear Air OUT Top Air OUT Side Air IN

keep in mind newer cases arent like that anymore :wink:
#10 Posted by -GeordiLaForge- (7148 posts) -
[QUOTE="macpop"][QUOTE="Jiggly_Wiggly"]THis is how it is. Front Take Air IN Rear Air OUT Top Air OUT Side Air IN

keep in mind newer cases arent like that anymore :wink:

Yeah, it's better to have the back fan blowing at the motherboard CPU. This would be better: Front: OUT Rear: IN Top: OUT Side: IN
#11 Posted by macpop (3991 posts) -
[QUOTE="-GeordiLaForge-"][QUOTE="macpop"][QUOTE="Jiggly_Wiggly"]THis is how it is. Front Take Air IN Rear Air OUT Top Air OUT Side Air IN

keep in mind newer cases arent like that anymore :wink:

Yeah, it's better to have the back fan blowing at the motherboard CPU. This would be better: Front: OUT Rear: IN Top: OUT Side: IN

lol yea thats wat im doing since my typhoon doesnt blow air to the back of the case, and my gpu throws alot of air to the front so i had to switch it around