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post #11 of 51
I like mine too. Only problem with it is that when you use the smaller attachments a lot of air leaks out and the stream is not as concentrated. With the regular attachment it is powerful enough to double as a leaf blower. You will pretty much need to take your rig outside to dust it out because it blows everything everywhere.
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Thanks OP smile.gif
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With respect to possibly damaging one's computer, I've heard you don't wanna use compressed air on the fans of components, because it'll cause the fan blades to spin too quickly and break. I look at the video in the reviews section, and he seems to blow into the power supply and such without doing anything special. Still, I have, for example, a cheap Radeon HD2400 in my system, and I wouldn't trust its fan to withstand any sort of pressure—would I be better off taking it out of the system? And for other parts with fans, should I put something in them so that the fans can't move (like a tooth pick)?
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With respect to possibly damaging one's computer, I've heard you don't wanna use compressed air on the fans of components, because it'll cause the fan blades to spin too quickly and break. I look at the video in the reviews section, and he seems to blow into the power supply and such without doing anything special. Still, I have, for example, a cheap Radeon HD2400 in my system, and I wouldn't trust its fan to withstand any sort of pressure—would I be better off taking it out of the system? And for other parts with fans, should I put something in them so that the fans can't move (like a tooth pick)?

That is what I do, just use a pencil or finger or screwdriver and poke it between the fan grills so the fans don't spin up, then you can blow out everything fine. You shouldn't need to uninstall anything if you can keep the fans from spinning up.

Also this is a good price, some reason it was going up in price over the last few months, but this is a good deal now, nice price drop. Amazon's prices seem to fluctuate all the time.
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Purchased - Thank you OP
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post #16 of 51
Okay, cool, sounds good. Thanks!
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Aww yiss, time for one in each hand! biggrin.gif
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post #18 of 51
Wow, just missed the deal, I guess. Went up to $59 after I hit checkout, blaaaah.
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post #19 of 51
I purchased one a while back for $54 and it broke after first use and ended up getting refunded and didn't buy another one even though I intended too.

It was very efficient and worked really well though I think I just got a bad one.

Missed the deal though this time but I plan on getting another.
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post #20 of 51
I have used and is highly recommended.

It's very good for PC or electronic cleaning, is much better than a any duster can.

But is very loudly and come warm of a lot time.
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