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I was cleaning me pc and forget what way the 2 fan go inside one blowing in and the outside is blow in to and my friend is telling me that the one on the outside sould be blow out not in what way do i place the fans

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If the fan is located in the side or front of the computer, it should blow in. If it's located in the back, it blows outward.

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The best way to orient your fans, if you have one if the front and one in the back, is to have the front fan drawing in the air, and the back fan blowing it out. This way you will draw in the cooler air from the outside, let it go across your components, and then the back fan will draw it back outside. This way the air will go across your motherboard faster. If you think about putting your hand outside when you are in the car, the faster you go, the cooler the air feels. Your power supply will already have a fan blowing hotter air out the back of your computer, so you don't want to draw in that hotter air and run it across your motherboard components as they will get even warmer.

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Generally the purpose of a chassis fan on a desktop is to cool the machine. If there was only one fan it should be blowing out. If you have 2 fans then at least one should be blowing out.

(Assuming that the second fan that is blowing in is not allowing dust into the chassis of the computer.)

Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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