To overclock or not to overclock, that is the question...

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    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu

    sbh7600 said:
    Can you remove one side of it, maybe that would help on the temp?
    That's not really how it works.
    The fans for the cpu and the gpu will get more air, but airflow over the VRMs/ VRM heat sinks, and the SSD/HDD will still not be there.
    You should either have front to back, or top to bottom air flow.

    Open systems like test benches, and open cases(like some of InWins works of art, still suck for airflow, unless you add fans to the areas that need it.
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    Windows 10 - Ver: 20H2 - Build: 19042.804

    Ahh, roger.
    Then i would place a airwent in front of it
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