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A decent cooling fan experiment is detailed here:

http://www.short-med...?print=r&id=230

The results indicated that it is best to use negative case pressure (no intake fans, exhaust only). Essentially, the point is just to get the heat out of the case and do nothing more.

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This article debunks five "myths" about PC cooling, one of them is that positive case pressure is good: http://www.procoolin...es&disp=71&pg=1





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