Now that the insulation of the van is complete its time for the nerve racking step. Cutting two 14 by 14 inch squares in the roof of the van for our Maxx Air fans. We purchased the Maxx Air fans because of their reputation and the fact that there low power consumption, only drawing 5 amps at full blast! It has 10 speeds and the fan can be used in intake and exhaust modes. What fan to choose? We bought the deluxe model k for the rear over the bed , and a plus model k for the kitchen area.
Why does my PSU fan blow air out? - Components - Tom's Hardware
So powerful that it needs a lot of electricity to run, and that means it produces lots of heat. It has a very efficient built-in fan to keep it from melting down, but when it gets too hot, the fan starts to run very fast, making a noise something like a small jet taking off. If the door is closed, then the PS3 will overheat in about 30 minutes which makes it hard to hear, but if I leave the door open, then all is cool, except you can now hear the normal fan noise from the PS3. So I decided what I needed to do was mod the cabinet by adding a cooling fan that would blow in cold air. At first I was thinking some kind of PC fan, with an external power supply, but then I found the ideal solution: The PS3 has an intake on the back, and the hot air blows out the right side.
The job of a psu fan is to cool the psu only. It has no part in case cooling. The intake is the fan opening, and the exhaust is to the rear of the psu. Dangle a piece of toilet paper near each opening to verify correct operation.
Temperatures are unseasonably warm. Many stores have sold out of portable air-conditioning units, but you can still buy fans. People are opening their windows and placing their fans next to them. Is it better to blow or suck?