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Thermaltake Kandalf LCS Case

Former staff writer    -   April 5, 2007


Testing:

Inside Air Flow:

To test the air flow inside the case I hung my Kestrel 4100 by a string down to the center of the case, I will be testing CFM, and Air Velocity (FPM)(The Speed of Air, Feet per Minute).





As you can see even though 168 CFM is entering the case, with all the hardware installed and having to go through the drive bays the total CFM is cut down to 132. The total output of that air via the averages from the last page is 124CFM, but at Maximum the total output is 137 CFM. This means that this case is putting out as much air that is coming in so there is no stagnant residual air to heat up the inside of the case. Impressive!




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued (The Case)
  3. Closer Look Continued (Working Components)
  4. Closer Look Continued (Liquid Cooling)
  5. Closer Look Continued (Fluids and Fans)
  6. Installation
  7. Installation Continued (Liquid Cooling System)
  8. Specifications and Features
  9. Testing
  10. Testing Continued (Temperatures)
  11. Testing Continued (Motherboard and CPU)
  12. Testing Continued (Case Temperatures)
  13. Testing Continued (Air Flow)
  14. Testing Continued ( Inside Air Flow)
  15. Conclusion
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