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Homemade out of what?
Well by "homemade" I mean they aren't specific for fans, my dad found this material @ a super market, I think they're filters for vacum cleaners, im not sure But they work perfectly, altho doesnt make my case look too good, but I don't really care since i dont like at it while gaming, I rather have them on to filter dust than clean the pc every week xD.
    
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Well by "homemade" I mean they aren't specific for fans, my dad found this material @ a super market, I think they're filters for vacum cleaners, im not sure But they work perfectly, altho doesnt make my case look too good, but I don't really care since i dont like at it while gaming, I rather have them on to filter dust than clean the pc every week xD.
lol yea so would I!, that's why I was asking what they are! I've been thinking of trying panty hose
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lol yea so would I!, that's why I was asking what they are! I've been thinking of trying panty hose
People might think its stupid, but if you don't mind while gaming, use a simple napkin and put it at the intake fans so it gets stuck at the case while Pc is on, you might think its stupid, but it's free ( You should have many at home ), and it works as good as any other filter, that's what I do for the bottom fan I have near the PSU, I have a napkin under my case, and trust me, it does filter ****loads of dust O.o

Off to sleep, gn!
    
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People might think its stupid, but if you don't mind while gaming, use a simple napkin and put it at the intake fans so it gets stuck at the case while Pc is on, you might think its stupid, but it's free ( You should have many at home ), and it works as good as any other filter, that's what I do for the bottom fan I have near the PSU, I have a napkin under my case, and trust me, it does filter ****loads of dust O.o

Off to sleep, gn!
Cool, btw do you find the intake fan in front of the PSU at the bottom of the case is much help to cpu/ambient temps?
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I have a cooler master HAF 932, can you add me?
post #5366 of 23567
used some inexpensive fan filters, just fired it up, dont know yet how effective they'll be, paper napkins/towels is an interesting take,

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please add me to club my 922 is being shiped by newegg soon, got mine for 89.98 caught free shiping and had some discountcodes XD
    
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It is easy to remove and replace the clips;

Slide clip to the left, it will halt on the yellow-circled bump. Either lift the edge of the clip over the bump or use a screwdriver. The clip will then slide left until it is free of the red retaining tabs. Catch the two springs and the clip. To replace just do everything in reverse, initially positioning the clip to the left then sliding it to the right.
Wow this is a lot easier than what I tried to do earlier today LOL.....ooops I tried to brute force it in there, ended up scratching the paint...BUT no problem because when the clip is on, the scratch is invisible lol. I also had to brute force my hard drive caddies into the cage as well, no scratching happened but getting them out will be a tough challenge.


I'm going to try the sliding method in a few days when the paint is cured lol so I don't scratch anything else.
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post #5369 of 23567
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used some inexpensive fan filters, just fired it up, dont know yet how effective they'll be, paper napkins/towels is an interesting take,

what model of red fans you got in their? They look pretty nice.
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what model of red fans you got in their? They look pretty nice.
Yate Loon, medium speed, very quiet, I have eleven 120, one 140, and the stock haf 230 led fan, and they look awsome compared to the SilenX i ditched, real winner for these Yate Loons in my book
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