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If Silverstone makes one I thing CL will change, or at least offer the option
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Hey, will the usb connectors option in the cases be replaced by an USB Type-C (3.1?) in the future ?
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If Silverstone makes one I thing CL will change, or at least offer the option
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Hey, will the usb connectors option in the cases be replaced by an USB Type-C (3.1?) in the future ?

This is correct. Or we may find another supplier if they don't, but keep in mind it will have to be a quality product, we won't settle for cheaply made stuff.
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This is correct. Or we may find another supplier if they don't, but keep in mind it will have to be a quality product, we won't settle for cheaply made stuff.

How about existing 3.5" device with USB 3.0 and card reader? Will CL powdercoat front panel if it will be "high quality finish aluminium"?
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I don't I use an external USB 3 card reader.
Hepa filters for hvac are a giant rip off.
I speak from experience been doing hvac for 8 years now
Not that you can't do it. And if you are talking canned air disregaurd.

Compressed air can cause static discharge. And without proper equip will have moisture.

As does a normal shop vac have the possibility for static.

That said I gave used one on elect without incident for a very long time And I won't stop. ...

Datavac, is pitched to alot of tech places for using to dust out computers, I think they have the static problem covered?
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Same thing happened to me. They emailed me the next day and offered to send a PayPal invoice

But I was talking with the guys at work and they brought up that filters are a way to move the problem, rather than solve it. We hired some people to clean the house, put a new HEPA furnace filter in, and I bought a datavac. The datavac is cheaper and I can use it to push dust off the computer, whether it's on the filter or inside, and anything else I want to use it with. Zinc whiskers aside, I've worked with plenty of dust bunny-packed equipment and they weren't shorting from it. Premature aging maybe, but that's from not being opened in ages. I have windows on my Case Labs smile.gif

Yep this, I run no fillets in my case and I have to blow it out about twice a year when I go to PDXlan because it has a tiny layer of white dust that shows up in camera flash, but no clogged anything.
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How about existing 3.5" device with USB 3.0 and card reader? Will CL powdercoat front panel if it will be "high quality finish aluminium"?

Easier just to do that locally. And prob cheaper because you could find a shop that wasn't as busy.
Edited by NKrader - 8/18/15 at 6:54am
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Easier just to do that locally. And prob cheaper because you could find a shop that wasn't as busy.

I'm not sure that I can powdercoat in the same gunmetal color as CL have
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I'm not sure that I can powdercoat in the same gunmetal color as CL have

Caselabs does not have a special color, they order it from a powder supply vendor that anyone can order from.
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We all the intakes are on rads, so that's my concern. I guess I could just get compressed air and blow it from the inside out. Are you still using your demciflexs?

I may just wait to get my case all setup and see how bad the dust is. I hear the filters also have like a 1-2c raise in temps too. Thanks for the feedback.
I would buy the filters. I'm going to buy filters for my sm8 one top and one for the front. Worth it in my eyes. Unless you have acess to free dust cleaner or a data vac. I'm lucky enough through my job as a hvac/r to have to a of large nitrogen tanks which our the best because it's dry air where as co2 is not dry air. Hence why I leak test refrigerant with nitrogen and not co2. But anyways, the filters I am buying for my case will cost tops 40-50 shipping. If tangelos me not have to clean every few weeks it's worth it. What's a degree or two in temp rise anyway
    
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Caselabs does not have a special color, they order it from a powder supply vendor that anyone can order from.

So I may buy the same gunmetal powder as they use? Where may I do it?

It would be great since I plan to make some cutting and undoubtedly will damage coating. I even asked CL if I may send them panel back to re-powder, but they refuse to do it.
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So I may buy the same gunmetal powder as they use? Where may I do it?

It would be great since I plan to make some cutting and undoubtedly will damage coating. I even asked CL if I may send them panel back to re-powder, but they refuse to do it.

http://www.prismaticpowders.com/colors/PTB-2614/RIVER-STONE/

From what I am told, this is what matches.
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I would buy the filters. I'm going to buy filters for my sm8 one top and one for the front. Worth it in my eyes. Unless you have acess to free dust cleaner or a data vac. I'm lucky enough through my job as a hvac/r to have to a of large nitrogen tanks which our the best because it's dry air where as co2 is not dry air. Hence why I leak test refrigerant with nitrogen and not co2. But anyways, the filters I am buying for my case will cost tops 40-50 shipping. If tangelos me not have to clean every few weeks it's worth it. What's a degree or two in temp rise anyway
I'm also trying to dampen the noise from my 1300 G2. The fan will be facing the wall, and the filter can possibly tone it down a teeny bit. But I mainly want the filters so I don't have to constantly clean my case. All the intakes are on rads like I said, so the rads will be the main thing that gets dusty (mostly).
    
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