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custom fan filter for a switch 810 exhaust?

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Im trying to look for some custom fan filters that i could put for the exhaust of my switch 810

its for a 140mm fan, i noticed today when i took out my older 140mm after 5 months to be exact, which is connected to my radiator for a closed liquid cooler

its amazing how much dust was on hte radiator, unfreakin-believable
i had to literally grab my vaccum and on low sucktion i cleaned out the dust, so much dust it could fill between my fingers

anyway, this case has fan filters on the front and bottom and then its generally closed from the top

so this leaves my exhaust, is there any fan filters anyone could please mention to me for a 140mm fit
would be greatly appreciated smile.gif
post #2 of 5
Silverstone and DEMCIflex make magnetic mounting 140mm filters.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
demiflex looks good problem is that they said on the website under about us

AVOID THE FOLLOWING

• Fitting DEMCiflex PC Dust Filters over exhaust vents.



so i cant buy it then, maybe cuz its magnetic might disturb the mobo or something thanks though i can use these for the top of my case
post #4 of 5
The reason they say that is because why would anyone want to filter the air going out of their case. wink.gif I assume you want to filter the air going into your radiator that exhausts out of case.. because your intake filters are not catching all the dust.??
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
okay well that clears it up, i did not know for sure if since they are magnetic that it could disturb the back of the mobo, i seen someone doing a review and basically said its magnetized just enough that its safe to use
but then the site says yada yada, no safe on the back or w/e

i dont really IF or how extra magnetism could affect or disturb the components. I guess not so i will try one and yes thats exactly why i want one because my radiator was disgustingly dusty.
Edited by DrClaw - 11/24/13 at 6:11pm
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