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do you really need HSF on your NVMe SSD's? In short...YES!

freeagent

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Here is a shot of mine, my HSF is too wide to fit a Thermalright cooler on the top slot, so am just using the mobo sink on that one.. But the bottom slot has the little guy, I like it.. but as I said before, the pro model cools a bit better.

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Shadowarez

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hmmm i wonder what my air is like 8 intake 120m Gentle typhoon 2230 rpms. 6 exhaust 140 corsair maglevs, 2 120 exhaust corsair maglevs.
 

Lysrin

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Oh yeah.. I don't need an exhaust fan, it just gets in the way..

When those fans ramp there is about 680cfm moving through the case :D

Meshify C is a tiny case, and I am not using any filters or mesh 🤘

That's an interesting comment. I have two 120 intakes in the front of my Meshify C and two 120 intakes at the top. Then I have the two Noctua's on the cooler blowing front to back, and then a 120 exhaust on the back of case. Maybe that exhaust isn't doing much for me. I figured it would be nice to have it though to move air out of the case, at least some, when everything isn't ramped up.
 

freeagent

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I figured it would be nice to have it though to move air out of the case, at least some, when everything isn't ramped up.
I did think of that as well. But as I type this my case fans are spinning at 700rpm and I can feel the air coming out of the back with my hand about an inch away. its not a strong breeze, but its like I said to my wife when I first met her.. don't worry, it gets bigger :D
 

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