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Old 13th March 2005, 02:43   #1
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Before I go any further, let me talk a little bit about the airflow design of the Blizzard case. It makes no sense at all. Both doors and the top are actually a huge mesh, but only the top and left side have filters. The front is mesh, but is mostly blocked by plastic. The only fan included on the Blizzard is a front intake yet there is no filter there. Due to the mesh design there is no way to have an effective airflow pattern because you will be unable to set up your cooling as either a positive or a negative air pressure flow.

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Why would they want to fake other company's crap?
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no temperature testing? wtf?
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Due to the mesh design there is no way to have an effective airflow pattern because you will be unable to set up your cooling as either a positive or a negative air pressure flow.
A garden hose filled with holes, 1) you wonder where the water pressure goes, 2) wondering the lack of velocity. In air cooling, high rate of air movement is the goal. Same applies to W/C where air movement aids air exchange to extract heat from radiator.
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