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Originally Posted by loop0001 View Post
such a low spot on the case... unless you have that on top of your desk..gonna be a small bother using a switch on the very bottom of the case..
It makes a very good foot switch if you keep it on the left side of your desk...
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post #13272 of 19729
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Originally Posted by sweffymo View Post
It makes a very good foot switch if you keep it on the left side of your desk...
different thought but sounds cool have fun man and post pics!
post #13273 of 19729
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Originally Posted by loop0001 View Post
such a low spot on the case... unless you have that on top of your desk..gonna be a small bother using a switch on the very bottom of the case..
I hear you, so what do you reckon then? what about on the left side between the 2 cases or somewhere near the HDD, knowing that i will put a plexi windows ans add a hole ??

And I wont put on a desk it's HUGE I tried it yesterday

anyway cheers guys for your help and ideas keep it this way
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post #13274 of 19729
A vandal button? What's yours going to look like? Will it be a power button?

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Hey guys! I'm sure it's been discussed here somewhere. I decided to use the fan on my window panel as an exhaust. Dusts builds up faster on my graphics gard and motherboard. Front and bottom filters are awesome. It takes 2-3 weeks before they turned whitish.

Some might advise to add filter if you want to use it as intake. But for me it is fine as an exhaust and will compliment the front, hdd cage and bottom intake fans.
Whoa! 2-3 weeks?! That sucks! I used to think I had fast dust build-up, but not anymore! Now I think mine is incredibly slow!

But yeah, some of us have changed it to an exhaust fan because it ended up providing superior cooling. However, this wasn't true for everyone who experimented with it.
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Small update form me. First 2 pics be4, second 2 after.



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post #13276 of 19729
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A vandal button? What's yours going to look like? Will it be a power button?


Whoa! 2-3 weeks?! That sucks! I used to think I had fast dust build-up, but not anymore! Now I think mine is incredibly slow!

But yeah, some of us have changed it to an exhaust fan because it ended up providing superior cooling. However, this wasn't true for everyone who experimented with it.
It's about the same time frame for the dust to collect on the rad at the bottom of my case too
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post #13277 of 19729
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It's about the same time frame for the dust to collect on the rad at the bottom of my case too
Y'know what, I bet if I lived in an apartment then I'd probably have dust building up that quickly too.
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post #13278 of 19729
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Y'know what, I bet if I lived in an apartment then I'd probably have dust building up that quickly too.
That's my problem here also..
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Do you all live in an apartment too?
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post #13280 of 19729
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Do you all live in an apartment too?

Yup..Nothing wrong with it,but the dust is forcing me to clean filters/case/rad every 2 weeks



Edit:Funny you mentioned it actually,Before i moved in my new appartement i didn;t had it so much..And yes we vacuum every day here
Edited by Ballz0r84 - 10/12/10 at 12:42pm
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