|I have a NZXT case however its an older model to this one, the fans on them are awesome, they are static pressure fans which are very quitet even on full pelt, they can push air through the case very efficiently. The only downside to this case is the bottom mounted PSU, but to be honest iv not noticed anything considerable in terms on heat, but others on this forum do tend to advise against it, for valid reason of course. |
Anyways back to your question, i dont think you need to change the fans out, on almost all my cases in the past i have had to swap fans out due to them failing, i think iv had my machine for about 2 maybe 3 years now and it runs almost all day and the fans are still going strong. They are decent fans, perform quietly and are effective.
usually the idea is to have ONE fan at the front sucking air in, and ONE fan at the back exhausting air, This is the tried and tested setup, adding side fans or top fans can disturb the air flow. This would probably be the best setup, however seeing as our cases have top and side mounted fans why not use them? i am and again i dont see any problems with high temperatures - do a lot of gaming on my machine and it seems to be ok.
Not sure if iv helped or confused you, however to summaries keeo the fans NZXT seem to got this right in my opinion and experience.
Nice case by the way :)