You're not normally able to do that on a Strix as far as I know (without modding at least). Most people have gotten around the airflow issues by using case fans in the GPU area. It seems like people have had better luck with case fans in the GPU area set to exhaust out rather than draw air in. There's a reddit post somewhere that had a user replace the stock 1060 cooler with an accelero III and just run exhaust fans.quick question, has anyone ever tried putting one gpu fan as intake and the other as exhaust in the node 202?
i have a gtx 1070 strix. just trying to plan out the best cooling config.
You could give it a try. I still think having one intake and one exhaust next to each other is going to mostly cause circulation and you'd probably have better results with one or the other.sorry thats what i meant. i was referring to the 120mm fans in the gpu area. i have 2 noctua nf-p12 1700rpm which have static pressure of 2.83 so the gap shouldn't be an issue. no exhaust has me a little worried.