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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)
  2. Hello everyone. I recently purchased the Cooler Master Nepton 240m for my computer. Can someone explain me the proper way of installing the radiator and fans on the chassis of the silencio 452 because i cannot get it to fit in the correct position. I also did a web search, but didn't find nothing helpful. Thanks in advance. Albert (I will be glad to provide more details if necessary regarding my question.)