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Will it reduce temps?
By keeping it cleaner, yeah.
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102Db loud

The price you pay for oil free.


The upside is that my air grinder whistles like a turbo dump valve,you cant put a price on that......
This. The larger the filter surface the better in your case.
5 120 filters in a box over the intake will promote better airflow than just a flat filter over the intake.
Will it reduce temps?

No,it will provide the same cooling as your cleaned rad but for a much longer period.
I would look at sealed bearing fans as well,sleeve bearings are going to suffer badly in that kind of dust.
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I'm using the AMD fans which came with it on the radiator. Should I change the fans?
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I'm using the AMD fans which came with it on the radiator. Should I change the fans?

If they are still working and are not noisy then no,leave them but look at replacements of a decent quality with a sealed bearing of some sort. Or a fan thats serviceable.
If your case has filters already on then,if you dont have it setup this way already,have the rad intaking from the case rather than the outside,the case filters *should* help in the short term.

That kind of dust bunny infestation you have is normally 2 years of zero maintenance,to get that in 1 month requires more active measures.
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If they are still working and are not noisy then no,leave them but look at replacements of a decent quality with a sealed bearing of some sort. Or a fan thats serviceable.
If your case has filters already on then,if you dont have it setup this way already,have the rad intaking from the case rather than the outside,the case filters *should* help in the short term.

That kind of dust bunny infestation you have is normally 2 years of zero maintenance,to get that in 1 month requires more active measures.
The case doesn't come with any dust filters but I'll be looking into getting a few. Also looking to get the NZXT Gamma case as my present case lacks cable management and is way too small. I do have the rad pulling in air from the inside but I think because of the less space inside and top mounted PSU all the radiator gets is hot air from the inside.
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If they are still working and are not noisy then no,leave them but look at replacements of a decent quality with a sealed bearing of some sort. Or a fan thats serviceable.
If your case has filters already on then,if you dont have it setup this way already,have the rad intaking from the case rather than the outside,the case filters *should* help in the short term.

That kind of dust bunny infestation you have is normally 2 years of zero maintenance,to get that in 1 month requires more active measures.
The case doesn't come with any dust filters but I'll be looking into getting a few. Also looking to get the NZXT Gamma case as my present case lacks cable management and is way too small. I do have the rad pulling in air from the inside but I think because of the less space inside and top mounted PSU all the radiator gets is hot air from the inside.

Its pulling from the inside already?


Wow.....


You need a better case with more filters than an Instagram tea party.
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Just ran into a rather annoying flaw with this XSPC DDC top. it has 5MM LED holes, but these 5MM LEDs are either too big, or the hole is slightly too small... Any way to easily bore them out ever so slightly without maiming the block?

Nvm, was easiest to file down the outside of the LED. Should help deaden the sharpness of the light as well.
edit:

another quick question... I accidentally ordered 3PIN LEDs (HDD style adapters) I should have no issues moving the one wire over so that it hooks up to the standard 2 pin LED hookups, correct?
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Crack a window open and start your spring cleaning. I've had my rig up a couple of months and there's a slight amount of dust. My wife is a clean freak and with my known allergies and asthma conditions, we clean more frequently. We also have a large air filter that we turn on to help as well. Most of dust is composed of human dead skin btw. Pets and carpets also need routine maintenance/cleaning to avoid adding to the dust. Nothing like changing the oil in your Chihuahua tongue.gif, j/k.





Some one ordered the 295X2 block from AC yet? That thing is smexy and uber pricey (~$250).

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Crack a window open and start your spring cleaning. I've had my rig up a couple of months and there's a slight amount of dust. My wife is a clean freak and with my known allergies and asthma conditions, we clean more frequently. We also have a large air filter that we turn on to help as well. Most of dust is composed of human dead skin btw. Pets and carpets also need routine maintenance/cleaning to avoid adding to the dust. Nothing like changing the oil in your Chihuahua tongue.gif, j/k.





Some one ordered the 295X2 block from AC yet? That thing is smexy and uber pricey (~$250).


Someone who pays like 1.3k bucks for this beauty aint gonna be hurt by another 250 tongue.gif

Either way two seperate blocks for R9 290X with bridge would set you back the same price wink.gif

Far too Long for my case rolleyes.gif

EDIT: Just two 8P-PowerCables ? nerdsmiley.png ... thought that was 1*6P and 2*8P
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