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  1. Hello guys! I got the Thermaltake Commander MS-I as my case. My current fan setup is (all 120mm fans) Front intake: Thermaltake TT1225 Rear exhaust: AeroCool Shark Bottom intake: Corsair AF120 Top exhaust: Corsair AF120 I got an APU build with an AMD A8 - 6600K and a while ago I got a discrete videocard (Radeon R7 265). Since the videocard is a bit large I think it blocks a bit the airflow for the CPU cooler (Zalman CNPS5X Performa), because the temps raised like 5° - 6°. I have an spare 120mm fan I could use. Do you think if I find a way to install it in the front top in the area for the drive bays (since I'm not using optical drives atm), would this help? Also any suggestions to do it? Thanks for your help in advance. This is my current setup, not my actual PC, but just to give you an idea. I can't take pics atm because I'm not home.
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