Anyone else worried about the PSU placement? It's at the bottom and the fan blows into the ground...I can't imagine that being very productive.
asked by Kevin Lee on July 19, 2011
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This will be my second lower supply case. I have the first generation of the bottom PSU design and I love it. The major advantage of this design is seperating the airflow from the PSU from the remaining components. It does this very well and the noise is at a minimum. The only disadvantage is that the cable lengths on the PSU must be longer to reach the motherboard and peripherals.
Rickey M. Horwitz answered on October 22, 2011
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no. the fan pulls in from the ground and blows out the back. the psu is simply upside down.
Steve S. answered on April 26, 2013
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