Is there a certain order or setup fans for airflow, how many and what speed?
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In general, you want to intake air at the front and bottom of your case and exhaust air at the top and rear. You also want to make sure you're not taking in more air than you can push out.
I have 3 fans in front cooling hard drives and 6 fans on top cooling radiator for liquid cooled CPU and one large fan in rear pulling air out.
Not cool enough
Wow, no. You really don't need but one front fan, research has shown HDDs and SSDs have no degradation with elevated temperatures. If you have to have more than two fans on a radiator and your ambient temps are under 28°C then either the cooler is to small for what you are using it for, it is packed with dust, or there is a defect in the unit. Your rear fan needs to be running at low RPM since you have a top mounted radiator. You need to provide more details and pictures
I need a lot more cooling power
need some better fans.....
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