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I am having a NZXT Phantom Full Tower case and this lc:
As you can see in these pics above, i have a liquid cooling installed with 2 fans "1" and "2", and the pic below it show the side of the case with 2 mini installed intake fans and one 200mm uninstall fan. I want to install that 200mm fan but the fan from the Liquidcooler is preventing me from closing the side panel. The only one way to close the side panel with the 200mm fan installed on it is to take off 1 fan from the liquidcooler which im still considering. I don't know if i should take out 1 fan from the liquidcooler or should i keep the 2 fans from liquidcooler and don't install the side fan.
Which way is better ?
There is one big 200mm exhaust fan on the top, 2 120mm intake fan from the side, 1 140mm intake fan in the front and ofc exhaust fan in the rear
If i have to take off 1 fan from the liquidcooler to install the side fan, then how should i install the liquidcooler? currently, with 2 fans on the liquidcooler i install it as Case-Fan 1-liquidcooler-fan 2. If i take out one of the fan, should i install it as case-lc-fan or case-fan-lc ? And should i take off the case fan or the fan that come with the liquidcooler ?
With the above pic, if u look at the graphic card, It is an ATI 7950 3Gb from Gigabyte with 3 fans on it, u can see it a little bend to the right. Should i ignore this or find something to support it?
Also i will go with crossfire 7950 soon. So i need to come up with a way to prevent 2 cards from bending.