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Hi. I have a Bytecc 3.5" drive enclosure. I just wondered which sid should face the fan when I install the drive? I assume it's the side with the green processor, right?

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OK, yes, it's obviously the processor side that faces the fan. DUH. The screws wouldn't fit any other way.

Sorry for asking the obvious...

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