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Hi.I want to clean my pc soon and I was wondering what should I use? Heres the current situation:
- I need something that is reusable as I cant keep buying compressed air (not available locally). I heard of static free vacuums but i need your opinions on this.leaf blower is a no/no. What about air compressor? Can it be used ?what type?. Also ive got a small hand pump for balloons that hot a good blast with a small nose attachment, i think It would work but it may need filtering or something as it would pump dust from air and send it in the pc. What do YOU use? What would you recommend?
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Hi.I want to clean my pc soon and I was wondering what should I use? Heres the current situation:
- I need something that is reusable as I cant keep buying compressed air (not available locally). I heard of static free vacuums but i need your opinions on this.leaf blower is a no/no. What about air compressor? Can it be used ?what type?. Also ive got a small hand pump for balloons that hot a good blast with a small nose attachment, i think It would work but it may need filtering or something as it would pump dust from air and send it in the pc. What do YOU use? What would you recommend?

You can use an air compressor, just can't get too close to parts. Also use a soft nylon brush to brush off the PCBs. Get some magnetic filters, really keeps the dust down. I clean mine monthly.
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Thanks for the reply. The nylon brush is a good idea. Ive got an air filter on my intake but any filter can only filter <100% of dust so occasional cleaning should happen. I wanted to add that ive got a sabertooth board which hold up against the dust pretty easily but i dont know if it can hold up a compressor.
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Just as GTR said. I use my compressor with a blower end attached and a nylon brush and it blows the dust right out. Along with dust filters make sure you have positive pressure in your case ( more intake than exhaust , this will dramatically cut down on dust getting in.
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Ive got negative air pressure as i have only 1 filtered intake, ive got 2 sp140 as intake and 2 sp140 with 1 af120 as exhaust. I used to have a positive airflow from about 5 month and i found out it was getting more dust in as ive got the top intake unfiltered. Not having any way to add a filter I just settled for a negative air pressure. Did the thin paper test and found out that its okay considering that my fans dont even reach 80% speed most of the time so the difference is negligable and when I get some time I would try slowing the top exhaust down so i get positive pressure. Do you use an electric compressor ? Or a mechanic hand pump one? What about reusable cans and static free vacuum?
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Ive got negative air pressure as i have only 1 filtered intake, ive got 2 sp140 as intake and 2 sp140 with 1 af120 as exhaust. I used to have a positive airflow from about 5 month and i found out it was getting more dust in as ive got the top intake unfiltered. Not having any way to add a filter I just settled for a negative air pressure. Did the thin paper test and found out that its okay considering that my fans dont even reach 80% speed most of the time so the difference is negligable and when I get some time I would try slowing the top exhaust down so i get positive pressure. Do you use an electric compressor ? Or a mechanic hand pump one? What about reusable cans and static free vacuum?

I wouldn't use a vacuum at all. Electric compressor / duster would work perfectly.

https://www.amazon.com/ED500-DataVac-500-Watt-0-75-HP-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1471879159&sr=8-13&keywords=electric+compressor

This may work nicely too. A lot of reviews for use on computers. Comes with a bunch of nozzles.
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How much do you mean by far enough in your first post? Also do you have any idea if this compressor you linked to have a 220v version? If so where? I was unable to find this. I liked this model as it have a filter. Also what about using microfiber on some place on the sabertooth,fans ect (not on pcb ) ? Does the extra extensions for 8 $ help in any way ? Thanks
Edit: found this but too expensive : is it any different in term of safety? They say so but maybe its only marketing ****.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00U01YVYK?#Ask
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Nylon can generate static electricity so using nylon brushes is a BAD idea. There are antistatic brushes made for the purpose.

The DataVac blowers are expensive upfront but will pay for themselves eventually, the length of time depending on how much you have spend on the equivalent amount of canned gas. That's not even considering how much more effective the DataVac blowers are over canned gas.

Btw, you don't need the more expensive ESD safe blower. The regular DataVac blowers are also safe since they are powerful enough you don't need to get close to your components (although I have touched components with it on occasion without problems). I've had one for several years now and my only regret is I didn't buy it sooner. It's powerful enough I just use the largest nozzle all the time but it's not so powerful you have to worry about blowing components off the board or otherwise damaging them. The only caution I can give is to prevent fans from spinning when using the blower (I just stick my finger in them before blowing them clean).
     
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I have a DataVac Electric Duster ED500. Its not a vacuum but an electric compressed air blower gun. Great device, about 2 minutes once a month of blasting and the computer is clean and new looking with no risk of static like you would have with a vacuum.

The only downside is it is very loud for that brief period , so throw some headphones on or get some foam earplugs. I also hold the computer case and cooler fan blades so I don't overdrive the bearings on the fans from the air pressure.
    
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Thirding the DataVacs. They do heat up rather quickly during extended use, but its not a huge concern.
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