Another quick test you can use is this:
Pc radiator fan direction.
Which side of the fan faces which direction (i.e.
And the reason for this is because otherwise you're going to be fighting against aerodynamics as you drive your vehicle are is trying to push itself into your engine because you're moving forward.
This means air is flowing into the case and hot air from the cpu.
The rear or exhaust side (the side that the air comes out of) of our fans will always be the side that houses the fan motor.
When looking at our fans, the front or intake side of the fan will always be the side that has the cooler master logo in the center of the blades.
If you can get in there, you can probably reverse the direction by flipping two of the three sensors and two of the three windings.
That won't be easy to do since these are all nicely integrated onto a small board.
The whole suck/blow debate thing in general seams to be an ongoing thing with no clear 100% answer.
If you can see the whole blade, that’s the intake side.
I'll test the d4 to confirm it's still working.
Radiator mounted on top of the case.
Radiator needs to be purchased (leaking radiator is what prompted me to stop watercooling).
I'm using the default nzxt fans that came with it and here's my stupid question:
So far, everything that i've read and understood.
I actually mounted one fan pulling and one pushing on a rad and the one pushing didn't do to much.
For now i have a full tower under my desk.
Since you only supply power, there is a controller in the fan that senses rotor position and commutates the motor accordingly.
The heat from the cpu has now been dissipated and the water returns back to the pump block to carry more heat from the cpu and the process starts again.