Originally Posted by InsideJob
Try a vacuum cleaner, preferably a shop vac
before i'll do anything too stupid, this is the only one i have access to (i.e. home)
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will this work? (it has the upper nozzle thingy which by logic "should" work)
Originally Posted by stickg1
You remove both the fans and compressed air doesn't do the trick? Because that's how I do it. Granted I use an air compressor because being a carpenter by trade I have a few of them, and I keep one at the house for cleaning. One advantage of an air compressor is that it has an adjustable regulator so I can control the PSI. I usually set it around 50 PSI to dust my computer, but I have cranked it up a little higher to to clean the radiator because it is tougher to clean. Try loosening the dust with compressed air and then vacuuming the other side. Hope that helps.
do you think that reversing the fans and going full (2500+ RPM) would do it?