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#1 LearningDrone


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Posted 30 January 2011 - 07:20 AM

No idea why I just thought about this now but there huge air ventilation grills on my cooler master haf 922 case and there is nothing to filter the air that goes in the case. I know that air filters won't prevent the fact that dusting the computer is extremely important but I would prefer to lessen the amount of dust that actually enters my computer. The grills are really huge (200mmx220mm), and when I searched for computer air filters the biggest I've seen are 120mm which isn't even close to the area I want to cover. I googled some possible materials for air filters and I was wondering if Fabric dryer sheets would be a good idea?

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