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Location of power supply fan

Thanks for the info on my previous post. I have noticed now that the fan for my new power supply is located on top, not the back like the old unit. The top panel is solid with no holes for a fan, it is a Powmax 400W with clear side tower. Do you know of a good solution? I don't want to leave the top open like it is now ( i have no kids here to worry about)

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I have seen those type of power supply, but maybe, you can change the orientation of the PSU? remove the power supply form the casing, re install it with the fan facing downwards.
Hope this helps.

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