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2018/02/28 18:05:46 (permalink)
is it better to use liquid cooling rad for intake or exhaust? 
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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/02/28 18:35:01 (permalink)
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    is it better to use liquid cooling rad for intake or exhaust? 



    Depends upon your set up of course. Post count?

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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/02/28 18:40:59 (permalink)
    im trying to build a desktop so i dot have everything yet
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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/03/01 18:24:11 (permalink)

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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/03/02 06:54:43 (permalink)
    I personally like to exhaust the hot air out rather than have it go across my system then out.
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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/03/03 04:21:46 (permalink)
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    I personally like to exhaust the hot air out rather than have it go across my system then out.

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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/03/12 14:37:19 (permalink)
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    I personally like to exhaust the hot air out rather than have it go across my system then out.


    Heh, I'm just the opposite. I've tried it both ways here in TX and always get cooler temps on the cpu and gpu doing cool air as intake on the rads. That said, I do have 3 fans doing exhaust, not just 1. 

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    Re: 1080TI ftw3 airflow issue. 2018/03/13 06:45:30 (permalink)
    I have both intake and exhale.
    my intake on my triple rad is push|pull and exhale is push.

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