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DEMCiflex Dust Filter


Pros: Easy to use, fast, cheap solution

Cons: No instructions for use

This dust filter was suggested to me on the forums of OCUK - it is really a brilliant solution, if you don't want to hassle with screws and whatnot.

The application is so simple that I even thought: "it can't be this simple can it? I'm surely doing something wrong aren't I?"

In the pack, you'll receive the dust filter, and its accompanied "extra" magnet.

-The extra magnet has one side magnet, and the other side adhesive, this is ONLY really needed if the magnet of the dust filter piece doesn't stay on your case (ie. for plastic cases) - thus you would STICK the adhesive to the outside of the case, then magnet-on the filter to the extra magnet piece.

-If like me you don't need the extra magnet, simply slap it on your case, and you're done!

Overall, this is brilliant, and well priced. It protects my components of getting too much dust, as I use this filter on an intake on my Fractal R4 case, which has AF140's on it.

Here's my video overview of it:


Pros: Easily removed for cleaning. Blends in nice making them nearly invisable.

After researching filters (for weeks) these were my weapon of choice and just thought I'd share the experience.

I run a super tower Xigmatek Elysium case http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811815012 with three rads and wanted all the intakes covered and not super restricted. I chose to go custom size and make things function/look a little nicer.
Contacted Vincent at Demciflex and ordered the following
1 - 420mm x 165mm - bottom rad and PSU
1 - 330mm x 150mm - front rad
1 - 241mm x 281mm - covers huge raised mess on left side cover
1 - 140mm square - right side cover
all black on black with corner radii to perfectly match existing openings. Delivered for just under $70.00 USD.

Service and communication was outstanding. These have been in continuous use since purchase back in March 2012 (4 1/2 yrs ago) and look the same as when new. They do get cleaned at least weekly and it takes so little effort.
No more heavy build up on rads and fans, just a light blowing off takes what does get through away.

Every filter does have restriction and with these (in my setup) I don't notice it at all. I do run AP-15 Gentle Typhoons on the rads normally at 1100 to 1200 rpm.
When stress testing on a hot summer night if one needed that last little bit of air flow these things simply peel off in the blink of an eye to allow full flow (tool less right).
I've been very satisfied with performance and quality.
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