Win a Silverstone Raven RV02 and 600W PSU!

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

    Three massive 180mm bottom mounted fans are pushing a considerable amount of cold air directly upwards which cools all of the motherboard
     
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    Up. And forgive my ignorance, but if the HDD's are mounted as typical (horizontal), won't all the airflow from the HDD section hit the first HDD and scoot around all the others?
     
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    Air flows vertically from bottom to top (providing you have the case oriented in the way the manufacturer intended)
     
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    The air flow from bottom up and straight into Rep.Joe Wilson's face, smoking it black!
     
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    SilverStone introduced a new concept on the market: The Silverstone Raven RV02

    The Silverstone Raven RV02 is the first case were the motherboard is rotated 90ยบ.The motherboard rotation improves thermal dissipation, especially from the video card, as hot air tends to go up and high-end video cards usually blow hot air from the inside to the outside of the case, usually to the rear of the case, but with the new Raven hot air is blown to the top. This makes the case way more effective then normal other normal cases.
     
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    Three large 180mm fans lie along the bottom of the case, bringing in fresh air past a filter and blowing directly upwards at the hot components. One 120mm fan is used at the top for exhaust, and plenty of ventilation is cut to let the heat escape quickly.
     
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    The airflow is upwards, bottom to the top, and can be increased via three enormous 180-mm fans (speed varying between 700 rpm and 1,000 rpm, noise level varying between 18 dBA and 27 dBA, depending on how you set the switch available on the top panel) Each fan is connected to an individual speed controller and they all blow air from the bottom part of the case to the top. Since there is more air being pushed inside the motherboard compartment than being pulled out of it, this case is said to be based on a positive air pressure design.
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p.
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p..
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p...
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p....
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p.....
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p......
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p.......
     
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    Direct upward airflow from bottom to top!! :p........
     
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    The airflow in the Raven RV02 is from the bottom of the case to the top.
     
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    Spam much?
     
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    The air goes from the bottom of the unit to the top, very clever and creative. Thanks
     
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    The air goes from the bottom of the unit to the top, very clever and creative. Thanks
    De abajo para arriba!!
     
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