Discussion in 'Competitions Discussion' started by HardwareHeaven, Sep 9, 2009.
The air flows upwards from bottom to top.
The air flows upwards from the bottom of the case out the top
The air flows from bottom to top.
The air flows upwards
In the Silverstone Raven 2 (RV02) chassis the air is taken in from the bottom of the chassis and without being forced through components (like in traditional designs), thus causing less turbulence and noise, expelled at the top of the case.
Also, because the intake of air is greater than the amount of air expelled, a positive air pressure is created, leading to better cooling and a lot less settlement of dust.
The best way, which is to say, upwards!
The airflow is upwards, bottom to the top.
air flows from the bottom (3) fans, to the upper fan. There is also a positive air-pressure present, which will lead to less dust inside the case. and for the possible dust to be sucked inwards, the dustfilters will take care of that problem
The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows upwards.
The air flows upwards, bottom to the top.
Air flows from bottom to top.
Q: What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis?
A: The Air flows from the the 3 fan bottom intake up thougth the Raven rv02
Direct upward airflow from bottom to top
Three 180mm fans on the bottom of the case are pushing air from the bottom to the top of the case!
It's a bottom-up air flow chassis
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