Win a Silverstone Raven RV02 and 600W PSU!

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  1. imagination

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    The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
     
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    The Air Flow in the Raven RV02 chassis is upwards, bottom to the top because of two very improtant reasons. First, three bottom 180mm rear (bottom) fans, which is sucking air into the case and one 120mm fan pushing that hot air out of the case. The second reason is the motherboard is turned into 90 degrees which makes the hot air raise, like video cards which well be colder now because of this motherboard is twisted to a 90 degree.

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    The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
     
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    The air flows upwards
     
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    The air flows upwards from bottom to top
     
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    The air flow is vertically upwards from bottom to top
     
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    The air flows vertically upwards from bottom to top
     
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    Air is forced from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top.
     
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    The Air in the Raven RV02 Flows from The bottom to the top due to the fact that hot air naturally rises from having more molecules to be pushed around (AKA up), When the air starts to rise in the case it's powerful Cooling system exhausts the air through the top making sure all the compenents inside stay frosty cool, because of this ingenious design the answer to that question was rather simple. Although the case is so amazing we might ALL be wrong and it may have some built in super tool that dissolves hot air all together?? Maybe?? Possibly?..... That would be...AWESOME! =D
     
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    Silverstone have worked with the forces of nature to provide a novel and very effective case cooling solution. By reorientating the motherboard through 90 degrees and placing fans in the floor and ceiling of the chassis, they have allowed heat eminating from system components to be forced to the top of the case and be extracted. The outcome is the best in class Raven RV02.
     
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    The hot air rises vertically upwards through the case
     
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    The hot air rises vertically upward through the case
     
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    The air flows vertically upwards through the case
     
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    The air flows from bottom to top through the case.
     
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    down ad up ... not the virus.. :D
     
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    Bottom mounted fans are pushing a considerable amount of cold air directly upwards. Another fan works in unison to move warm air from the front mounted hard drive bays.
     
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    Bottom mounted fans are pushing a considerable amount of cold air directly upwards. Another fan works to move warm air from the front mounted hard drive bays.
     
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    Bottom mounted 180mm fans are pushing a considerable amount of cold air directly upwards. Another fan works in unison to move warm air from the front mounted hard drive bays.
     
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    Bottom mounted 180mm fans are pushing a considerable amount of cold air directly upwards. Another front fan works to move warm air from the front mounted hard drive bays.
     
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    The air flows vertically upwards from bottom to top
     
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