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    Airflow inside a computer tower.

    Jesus Lord!! lol. I dont think I have ever seen one that bad. Of course most things I handle are in "clean" environments like data centers, but dust can still build up, but never like that. I guess We could say some kind of filtration would be needed on the case but then we are back to the...
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    Airflow inside a computer tower.

    I think the main problem is actually the fan input to airspace ratio. Meaning when the airspace drops inside the case, the pressure increases and causes drag on the fans. So if we take the same amount of fans from a large tower on a small case, the fans will actually turn slower because the...
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    Airflow inside a computer tower.

    I attached an example image of what I mean. I cannot imagine any scenario where example 1 is better than example 2. I am also very familiar with computers. I am a system designer / builder for high load workstations and servers. I use water cooling on most everything as its almost mandatory...
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    Airflow inside a computer tower.

    It seems to me though that passing the same amount of air into and out of a smaller enclosure would increase cooling efficiency. Lets say with our fans we can achieve a steady 6 cfm of flow through an enclosure. Since the smaller enclosure has less airspace, it should cycle new air through at a...
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    Airflow inside a computer tower.

    I had a question and I figure you guys are the best for the task. I was wondering if theoretically you had a standard computer case, would you benefit by reducing open airspace in the case? Lets say just for example you could place a cube inside the case that doesn't touch anything, it just...
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