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I am using 4 of the Silverstone 120mm fan filters on the door to keep the dust out but I was wondering if there was a better route to go, maybe something that's internal and doesn't have to be attached to the exterior of my case. I saw the post a few pages back about the demifilters but wasn't sure if anyone has tried them. Anyone have a good suggestion? The Silverstone's are nice, they just pack on dust.

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post #3202 of 18189
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I am using 4 of the Silverstone 120mm fan filters on the door to keep the dust out but I was wondering if there was a better route to go, maybe something that's internal and doesn't have to be attached to the exterior of my case. I saw the post a few pages back about the demifilters but wasn't sure if anyone has tried them. Anyone have a good suggestion? The Silverstone's are nice, they just pack on dust.

bicen
Pantihose works. Seriously.
post #3203 of 18189
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I am using 4 of the Silverstone 120mm fan filters on the door to keep the dust out but I was wondering if there was a better route to go, maybe something that's internal and doesn't have to be attached to the exterior of my case. I saw the post a few pages back about the demifilters but wasn't sure if anyone has tried them. Anyone have a good suggestion? The Silverstone's are nice, they just pack on dust.

bicen
Still waiting on my demciflex filters, from what I read on the internet the South African post office airmail is not that hot, might be another week or more before I see it. I will post a pic.
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Pantihose works. Seriously.
People say that but no one ever does it and posts a pic. Probably because it looks like an abomination.
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Still waiting on my demciflex filters, from what I read on the internet the South African post office airmail is not that hot, might be another week or more before I see it. I will post a pic.


People say that but no one ever does it and posts a pic. Probably because it looks like an abomination.
Not really. You put it over the fan, stretch it, tie a not, cut off the excess and make room for the cable. At least, that's how I've seen it done. I don't bother with filters because my case already has some.
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Not really. You put it over the fan, stretch it, tie a not, cut off the excess and make room for the cable. At least, that's how I've seen it done. I don't bother with filters because my case already has some.
Ah I get it, so my fans look like they are robbing a bank. Sounds awesome.
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Man, this thing is noisy in comparison to my mini P-180, this is gonna take some getting used too.
Not noisy to me at all. I barely even hear it.
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post #3208 of 18189
Has anyone looked to see if it's possible to change out the potentiometer in the fan controller to get full voltage control as opposed to the 80-100% range stock? It would be a shame to have to use an additional fan controller when there's one attached. Thoughts?
 
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Has anyone looked to see if it's possible to change out the potentiometer in the fan controller to get full voltage control as opposed to the 80-100% range stock? It would be a shame to have to use an additional fan controller when there's one attached. Thoughts?
The stock fan controller varies from 7V to 12V, so it's about 60%-100%.

Anything less than that could be below the startup or operational voltage of a lot of aftermarket fans.

It might be possible to replace the pot, but of course you'd void the warranty of the I/O panel devices.
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Not noisy to me at all. I barely even hear it.
Thatsa highly subjective and subject to personal opinion along with the flawed interpretation of what is "quiet" and what is "noisy"
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