Discussion in 'Competitions Discussion' started by HardwareHeaven, Sep 9, 2009.
Air flows from bottom to top.
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The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows from the bottom of the case through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows from the bottom through 3 180mm fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows from the bottom through 3 180mm fans and out through the top vents and through a 120mm fan.
Air Flows Upward from bottom to top
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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 is sucked into the case via three huge 180mm fans covering the chassis base from front to back. These work in parallel to ensure a direct upward airflow from bottom to top.
The air flows from the bottom of the chassis all the way to the top thanks to the three 180mm fans that come installed on it.
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The air flows upwards from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows upwards
Upward airflow from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top.
Seeing as "bottom to top" has been said so many times I'll try a bit of an original approach...I don't see how you can choose the winner when everyone is right!! here goes....
Cool air is graciously accepted by the three large fans at the base of the case, where it is then blown here there and everywhere over the thankful hardware which is working its guts off to try and perform to the honour it has recieved by being placed in the Silverstone Raven 2. The cool air then undergoes the transformation to hot air, and, following the scientific principle of "hot air rises", exits the vents strategically placed at the upper extremeties of the case, silently.
The airflow is upwards
Silverstone stepped out of the pack with the Raven RV01. They've now taken a step further with the update to the RV01, the Raven RV02. They've added three huge 180mm fans across the bottom from front to back to blast air vertically through the case from bottom to top.
Silverstone engineers were listening to the song "Rise up" while thinking about the airflow conception in the RV02.
The air flows from the bottom of the case through 3 big fans and out through the top vents
The air is forced from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top.
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