Win a Silverstone Raven RV02 and 600W PSU!

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  1. Neshi

    Neshi HH's cuddly Blue Bear

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    from the floor all the way to the ceiling.
    something like a lightning bolt, bottom to top :)
     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The best way;)
     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The right way;)
     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The Silverstone way ;)
     
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    The air flows how is supposed to flow, upwards taking advantage of the properties of the hot air.
     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The right way..........The best way.........The Silverstone way ;)
     
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    The air flows upwards
     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The right way..........The best way.........The Silverstone way ;)

    with air being forced from the bottom of the case to the exhaust panels at the top


     
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    "What way does the air flow in the Raven RV02 chassis"

    The right way..........The best way.........The Silverstone way

    The theory that 'heat rises' is one of the oldest known to man and it is with this principle that 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.
     
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    the air flows from the bottom to the top
     
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    The air flow is directed vertically upwards through the case from bottom intakes to top vents
     
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    The air flow is directed vertically upwards through the case from bottom intakes to top vents
     
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    The air flow is directed vertically upwards through the case from bottom intakes to top vents :D
     
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    The air flow is directed vertically upwards through the case from bottom intakes to top vents!
     
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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 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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    The theory that 'heat rises' is one of the oldest known to man and it is with this principle that 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.
     
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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 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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    The air flows from the bottom through 3 big fans and out through the top vents.
     
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