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Is it safe to clean the dust filters and front fan filters with water?
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Originally Posted by Iamazn View Post

Is it safe to clean the dust filters and front fan filters with water?

yeah, no problem, just dry it good.
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^ ^ ^ ^ ^
+1

i do that all the time and even flushed the H100 radiator with water then dry it very well with air blower , 3-5 degrees difference with no cost thumb.gif
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^ ^ ^ ^ ^
+1
i do that all the time and even flushed the H100 radiator with water then dry it very well with air blower , 3-5 degrees difference with no cost thumb.gif
I will be doing this shortly since my case is full of white drywall dust from kitchen remodel. The whole thing will be taken apart and cleaned.
 
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This. Spectre Pro model. I have these fans and love them!

Got the blue led spectre pro fans aswell great fans they are very quite
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^ ^ ^ ^ ^
+1
i do that all the time and even flushed the H100 radiator with water then dry it very well with air blower , 3-5 degrees difference with no cost thumb.gif
You flushed out the internals? or did you run water over the core?
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post #5617 of 12482
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I will be doing this shortly since my case is full of white drywall dust from kitchen remodel. The whole thing will be taken apart and cleaned.

good for you , pretty good temp difference you may get thumb.gif

before and after pics are also very well needed in here biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by raidmaxGuy View Post

You flushed out the internals? or did you run water over the core?

flushed the whole 240 mm radiator internal parts (after removing the fans) with high pressure water stream then dry it out very well with air blower.
i carefully warped the cpu water block with dry towel to keep it dry smile.gif


Edited by bdr33733 - 12/23/12 at 12:02pm
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There is a wire (see the red circle on the screenshot) which is connected at usb3.0 wire in front panel. There is a wire with each usb3 wire.
I would like to know what is the purpose of this wire.



I tried to disconnect this wire and I didn't see any differences.

This wire doesn't exist for internal usb2 wire.

I ask that because my usb 3.0 wire doesn't work and I would like to buy another internal wire but there aren't this wire.
Edited by ultima31 - 12/24/12 at 7:34am
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its a ground wire, its best to leave it there as it grounds out the board and other devices.
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