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Windows 7: filter material

15 Jan 2011   #1
mr bluesky

windows 7 home premium
filter material

No i have some upgrades for my pc:
-750w psu
-12gb ddr2 ram
-Cooler Master HAF 912+ Midi Tower with 2x200 mm fans(1st is in take-front)
and side fan(intake) is 120mm noctua with filter.and back panel one 120mm fan(out).
2nd 200 fan is top(out)
And "problem" is-there is quite lot of dust in my midi tower(there is some kind of filter on front panel).have you any idea s for filter material? like my wife`s old nylon pants???
thank you...

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15 Jan 2011   #2
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

Maybe something like this? PuraPC Computer Air Filter Material: Electronics

Do a local search for "pc case filter material"

A Guy
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