Choosing the Right PC Case
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Choosing the Right PC Case


As always, if I recommend something does not meet your needs, or simply do not agree, feel free to ignore it. This is not my goal is to spread the gospel of a right to do things, just to share the PC and test components of some of the buildings, including the score, I have learned things in a half-decade.

Cooling it Smartly

Balance is the name of the game in cooling. It's easy to go overboard with fans. It cools very well, but to use brute force, rather than intelligent design. Instead, look for a case that has the following three attributes: coherent airflow, positive air pressure, and filtered intakes.

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Directional Airflow

You don’t want fans blowing in every direction in your case. The front and rear of the exhaust fan in the case of the intake fan trial. This makes the cold air flowing through the drive, motherboard, GPU and CPU cooler. The case of warm air, and then exhausted from the rear upper quadrant. Many cases, an additional air intake fan on the side panel to provide cool air GPU, and some at the top of the exhaust fan. This is normal, if the GPU is not getting enough air flow from the standard configuration.

The front and back is the most common arrangement, this is not the only choice. The motherboard tray is rotated 90 degrees clockwise, the GPU and CPU cooling fan airflow parallel.

If there is more air intake than exhaust, it creates positive air pressure. This ensures that in case of air entering through the air intake fan (filtration) and leaves through the exhaust fan and any other gaps or holes. If the air filter is going out of these gaps, unfiltered air cannot come in, which also makes always forced air heating components.

I hate to keep the silver, but these guys know the positive air pressure. The Micro ATX cases, I have mentioned several times, there are decent air cooling and positive pressure 1180 mm intake fan and no stock exhaust fan.

You have two basic choices in Mid Tower case: aluminum or steel. Aluminum is lighter but more expensive, and steel is cheaper but heavier. Many cases use steel for the frame and aluminum for the panels, and some have front and top panels that look like aluminum but are actually plastic. Some plastic shrouded in the top and front panel. Small rectangle in this case can help get more interesting look and provide more ways of cooling space due to the fan and radiator can be installed on the outside of the steel chassis, and still covering shroud. has been dedicated to developing and producing computer peripherals - PC Case, Switching Power Supply, Multimedia Speakers, Mouse and Keyboard, etc.