As I'm waiting for my NZXT Phantom 630 case to arrive, I was wondering what's the best solution for optimal airflow through the case. The case have 1 X 200mm fan in front, 1 X 200mm fan on the side, 1 X 140mm fan at the back and I will have 1 X NZXT Kraken X60 water cooler with a 280mm radiator at the top. What I am thinking initially is blowing cold air as intake in the front, from the side, and maybe from the back (cold air under the fans of the radiator, that's pushing the air through the radiator and exhaust from the fans on top of that. Kind of like this, only the back case fan blowing in instead of out: In this situation I will push the air from within the case through the radiator, and exhaust it at the top of the case. The problem with pushing air from within the case and through the radiator may be hotter air to the radiator and higher temperatures for the cpu, but taking cold air from the outside through the radiator and into the case may get the inside hotter and hot air always rises. Anyone had experience with this, and had a chance to test what's best?