I realised I missed your final pics of oki-doki v3, had to steer away from PC stuff early this year in favor of other things that were forever postponed.
Amazing build, so clean, I really dig the symmetry of the two rads and fans!
Hard to tell, they are indeed quite close from each other.
Will there be an exhaust fan at the back or only this round opening? Maybe an exhaust fan would draw some of the air before it could interfere with the air of the opposite fan?
Why not switch the fans and rads for a Push intake?
Or even one side intake and the other exhaust?
Thanx for the call btw, I needed some time to think about it before answering.
Even now I think I need more pics to fully understand!
Like is the back top opening where the 140mm fan is going to be located? That means then that the two chambers are not separated and my reason 1) above doesn't stand anymore.
Will there be some airflow on the motherboard?
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Both fans are set at 1000 RPM and configured as pull this time.
Much to my surprise, there is almost no difference between the 15 mm Noctua and 25 mm Phanteks.
After 20 min of OCCT, there is only 1°C difference on average CPU core temps.
Both fans are inaudible at 1000 RPM, no clicking, no motor noise.
Is it the front side facing the wall that we see on your last pic?
I was actually a bit confused and had to browse back to find another picture of this perforated panel. From what i see there is none except the china factory pic!
Then I found this one
making me think the panel is upside down in your last picture.
Is the 140mm Prolimatech fan going to replace the Noctua one from above (but at exhaust)?
I am wondering how it will deal with so much intake air from the other four fans.
If swapping the rad fans direction is not too difficult, I would try having one side intake / one side exhaust while having the 140 adding fresh air into the case.
Oh and while looking carefully at your case pics I also noticed you have designed the case so that the PSU can go either on the left or on the right side, clever!