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fan shroud for your watercooling system - fan shroud for your watercooling system
Sat, May 25 2002 | 7:33PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I designed the shroud to stand off of from the heater core nearly 1” to give the passing air a chance to swirl. All fans big or small have a dead spot directly in their center. If you were to place the fan directly to the shroud two problems are going to arise. First the core is not going to be cooled in this dead zone and second, you're going to restrict air that you are trying to push or pull through the heater core. In my system I am using the push/pull format. The front fan is pushing air across the core while the rear fan is pulling air across the core. This gives a true CFM airflow. Both fans used are Panaflow 120mm 86 CFM."
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