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Anybody using the Silverstone 120mm fan filters on Caselabs site? Please post pictures of your rig if you are. Thanks!
post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by anthonylokrn View Post

Anybody using the Silverstone 120mm fan filters on Caselabs site? Please post pictures of your rig if you are. Thanks!

Here's the best pic I could find of my rig where you can make out the 5 silverstone fan filters installed on the front intake fans. They really do blend in well behind caselabs' mesh. Hope this helps:

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post #43 of 47
amuck-

Thx for the pics! First ones I have seen. Now we have a solution that keeps the dust out ... how do we clean the filters? Do we need to disassemble the assembly to get to the filters? Please let us know what you think.
post #44 of 47
Take front panel off, go over it with a strong vacuum and then let an 8bar compressor loose on it for the leftovers smile.gif
post #45 of 47
Like StijnDP said, a strong vacuum with a brush attachment works wonders. A toothbrush works too! thumb.gif
post #46 of 47
smile.gif Thank you!
post #47 of 47
Here is an SMH10 side cover with the DEMCiflex 140.4 filter on the inside. On the left and right, the magnet strip is completely outside the vented holes. On the top and bottom, about 1/3 of the magnet strip is over the holes and the other 2/3 outside: the overlap is about 5mm. In my case, since the magnet is black and the cover/radiators are black, the overlap is invisible.

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