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I bought all new parts for a computer. The build process isn't new to me, but the case design is. So there are the standard front and back case fans, and a third fan on the side of the case. It's been mounted to pull air in from outside, toward the cpu.
Now, correct me if I'm wrong but the cpu fan pulls heat off of the cpu and out into the case to be sucked out does it not?
So this fan mounted the way it is currently would be working against the cpu right?
Should I just remove this fan, or adjust it to where it helps remove hot air with the cpu fan?