SOLVED: Question about PSU placement in top mount case

Herkulese

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I have purchased a Diablotek TITAN case, and it requires the PSU to be mounted at the top rather than the bottom.

I also have on order, a SeaSonic G Series SSR-550RM 550W, to go in this case.

I was looking at the pictures of this PSU, and it has me a bit curious.

It looks like the air intake fan is on the top of the unit reather than on the bottom. Is this true, and does it require an air intake opening in the top of the case, or is there a fan on the bottom as well?

I have a dremmel, with lots of cool bits, and grinders and thins, so I can cut a hole in the case and put a fan guard over it, even though the PSU has a perf plate, I have done it before, but I had hoped not to have to on this case.

If this is a stupd question, please feel free to say so, but I kind of need to know.
 
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Herkulese

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Question Answered:

The PSU and SSD came from Newegg today, and when I opened the box and looked at my case, I realized that it is made so that the screw pattern is correct to have the PSU intake fan facing down.