Azureblood2

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  1. I am building a new PC with the HAF XB EVO case using the Corsair H115i RGB Platinum and I am trying to figure out the best fan configuration to optimize cooling for Ryzen 3900X G.Skill Trident Neo 3600Mhz @ 14-15-15-35 Asus Crosshair Hero VIII X570 Gigabyte Gaming OC 5700XT I plan on using this to have an additional intake from the left side of the case pointed directly at the GPU, but I am unsure of how this will affect the overall airflow in the case with the radiator fan right behind it. For fans I have 2x Corsiar H115i stock fans (97 CFM @ 3.0 static pressure) 3x Noctua NF-P14s (78.7 CFM @ 1.91 static pressure) 3x Corsair LL120 (43.25 CFM @ 1.61 static pressure) 1x Noctua NF-A20 (86.5 CFM @ 1.08 static Pressure) 3x Noctua NF-12 Industrial PPC 2000 (107.5 CFM @ 4.18 static pressure) My first thought was: Intake (244 CFM): Front: 194 CFM @ 3.0 static pressure (2x Corsair H115i stock fans pushing) > 27mm radiator > 157.4 CFM @ 1.91 static pressure (2x Noctua NFP14s pulling) Side: 86.6 CFM @ 1.61 static pressure (2x Corsair LL120) Exhaust (129.8 CFM): Top: 86.5 CFM @ 1.08 static pressure (Noctua NF-A20) Rear: 43.3 CFM @ 1.61 static pressure (LL120) NOTE: I prefer this could be replaced with a 78.7 CFM @ 1.91 static pressure (Noctua NF-P14s) My other thought was to move Noctua NF-P14s from the radiator to side intake (replacing the LL120s there) Intake (351.4 CFM): Front: 194 CFM @ 3.0 static pressure (2x Corsair H115i stock fans pushing) > 27mm radiator > pulling) Side: 157.4 CFM @ 1.91 static pressure (2x Noctua NFP14s) Exhaust (129.8 CFM): Top: 86.5 CFM @ 1.08 static pressure (Noctual NF-A20) Rear: 43.3 CFM @ 1.61 static pressure (LL120) NOTE: I prefer this could be replaced with a 78.7 CFM @ 1.91 static pressure (Noctua NF-P14s)