Wow, I can''t say enough, Simba123! Thank you so much!
I'm getting the Hyper212+ from Geeks.com (can't beat 13$ anywhere I've looked!) and am looking at these case fan additions:
I've heard Delta is one of the best (thanks to post: http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=592209)
I'm thinking two of the 252CFM fans - one in the front and one in the rear.
With my current case, the fans that are in it, and the way I've got everything designed, I've got a positive air-pressure case. I'd like to keep it that way because I've had MINIMAL problems with dust with this setup. What are your thoughts about the additions?
PS: Just ordered the GTX 670 (PN: 04G-P4-2673-KR), so this will be replacing the current GTX 260SC that's in the system before weeks end.
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Those Deltas..... OMG! you will hate them. they are extremely loud! also, it won't fit in the front of your case.
only room for a 20mm in there.
If you have enough cash to think about buying a pair of Deltas, do yourself a favor and buy a better case.
There are many to be had for under $100, and they will serve you much better than that 330!
Because I have one (check my ModsRigs) I can easily recommend the Coolermaster 692 advanced
It has plenty of room, plenty of fan options and has a nice solid build. Currently $90 at Newegg.com
Unless you live in death valley, you don't need Deltas.
Keeping a good flow going is important, but you don't need a hurricane going on inside your case.
A case with more fan options means you don't need to have loud fans.
I have fully populated my case with 7 case fans, plus the fans on the graphics cards and PSU and you can still barely here it 30" away, even under load.
If you don't want a new case, you still don't need Deltas, those $5 fans I recommended will do a perfect job of keeping your setup cool, without shouting about it.
Also, unless I'm reading it wrong, your current setup is a single case exhaust fan and the PSU fan which is pulling from inside the case. That means you actually have a negative
pressure setup, which is why you need to add a fan to the front panel.