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Should I use a dust filter if it causes my temps too raise some?

#1Oldschool_DBZPosted 9/8/2013 11:04:30 AM
Should I use a dust filter if it causes my cpu temp too raise 5-6c?
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#2Freakwave003Posted 9/8/2013 11:15:12 AM
How thick of a dust filter are you using?
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#3Oldschool_DBZ(Topic Creator)Posted 9/8/2013 11:49:51 AM
using a fabric dryer sheet.
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#4WerdnAndreWPosted 9/8/2013 11:55:25 AM
Must smell nice in your room.
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#5greekgamerPosted 9/8/2013 1:20:22 PM
i am going to use pantyhose. Herd works pretty good.
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#6_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 9/8/2013 5:49:03 PM
5-6c is a lot.

I was going to recommend pantyhose as well. It does not disrupt airflow nearly as much, and does a good job of keeping dust out.
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