Discussion in 'Competitions Discussion' started by HardwareHeaven, Sep 9, 2009.
Upward airflow from bottom to top.
In what way does air flow in the Raven 2?
Upward Air flow from bottom (intake with 3 180mm fans at the bottom) to top ( exhaust with 1 120mm fan at the top)
Air flow from bottom to top...
The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
The air flows whatever the hell way it wants to..
It's a freaking Silverstone..
Bottom to top.
Silverstone RV02 has direct upward airflow from bottom to top.
"What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis?"
Air flows from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top.
The 180mm fans ensure a direct upward airflow from bottom to top.
The theory that 'heat rises' is proven to be right, so Silverstone have opted for a rotated motherboard mounting system with air being forced from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top
the air flow in reversed, from the bottom up.
The air flow in vertically in the cassis, with a slight backward curved when it reach the top near the upper fan.
The air flow like the running wind, swift and cooling...
Bottom --> top
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Err... The air flows like crazy from intake fans towards exhaust fans... the latter being on top of the chassis.
Air Flows Over The Raven II Cause Of Its Aerodynamic Design And Cools The Casing Down
Air flows in and flows out. Hopefully the fans pull more air in then they push out... otherwise dust is a bigger mess.
Re : Win a Silverstone Raven RV02 and 600W PSU!
Like everyone said: "air flows from bottom to top ..." but if we turn this raven of 90 degree like the other cases the air flows come from the front to the behind and so less dusts in this beautiful case
The air does not flow freely, it is being forced from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top.
To be more exact, it is a "direct upward airflow from bottom to top".
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