I decided to upgrade to a new computer Haswell,GTX 660 etc. This is a pic of the case I got and I have a question about changing the airflow. You can see the typical setup is in the front and side and out the back and top. If I am liquid cooling the CPU I think I should set the fan on top to blow down on it. I also have seen a computer expert saying in this case specifically to blow out the side fan because the card's (non-reference GPU) cooling fans will do the job and the side fan would interrupt that. Is that ok to do, the fan exhaust the side and intake the top? Is that too counter air current temp cycle? I am using some decent strength fans (1200 RPM/ 60-65 CFM).