Case Intake filtration

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  1. Ingen

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    Hey, does anyone know of a good type of filter to use on the intakes on my case to keep out the dust? All the shiny expensive components look shitty if they're all dusty >.< And as much time as I have in this rig, I'd like to keep it squeaky clean. I already get massive air flow, so that won't be a problem (I can feel the rbeeze off of it, and a ribbon hanging off a pic 4' above the case is flapping in the breeze). Advice?
     
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    You could probably just use a disposable polyester or fiberglass A/C filter. Cut them to size and slip em in.
    http://www.filtera.com/
    (although they are dirt cheap at Wal-Mart)
     
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    my case has filters already
     
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    Startech has a bunch of filters for different sized fans. I need to pick up one more this weekend for my 92mm fan blowing onto my XP-90C heatsink :p
     

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