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Old 04-04-09, 10:11 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Which 120mm fan filters will be better ?


My house is a dust magnate and the computer pays the price :/
Which 120mm dust filters are better ? (do better job/ more easy to clean/etc)

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2275

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1829

Or should I get another one ?
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i hear u could us a green scratch pad but it wont be pretty. Maybe even find a grease screen from a stove hood?? Im sure u could come up with some ideas.

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i prefer your second link. i like them because they are easy as pie to clean. i clean them off when i vacuum the office(once a week). they arent the sexiest to look at but they are effective and durable. which is a must being that mine are mounted on the bottom of my case. ive gone from having to clean my case once every couple of weeks to once a year

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i hear u could us a green scratch pad but it wont be pretty. Maybe even find a grease screen from a stove hood?? Im sure u could come up with some ideas.
I can make lots of things alone but the price is low anyways.


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i prefer your second link. i like them because they are easy as pie to clean. i clean them off when i vacuum the office(once a week). they arent the sexiest to look at but they are effective and durable. which is a must being that mine are mounted on the bottom of my case. ive gone from having to clean my case once every couple of weeks to once a year
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