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Old April 5, 2011, 06:44 PM
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Pollen.
was thinking the same but its not exactly high season for those big white fluffy flying thingies :)
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Old April 5, 2011, 07:25 PM
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It is in my area, has been for more than a month. Well, maybe not the cottonwoods, but pollen being sticky the little bits quickly add up into big chunks.
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are you using snow white landry soap?
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Old April 5, 2011, 09:52 PM
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it's so white O.o dust is darker XD
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i was suprised, the other side of the rad was fairly clean
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yeah i had it as an intake w/ push pull
IMO... Set it for exhaust and put a filter on all the intake fans. (edit: and clean those filters often if you have that level of dust in the air)

When you use a rad as an intake all of the heat it removes from the CPU is just being put right back into the PC and thus the opposite of what you want. Intake = cool air and exhaust = hot air.
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IMO... Set it for exhaust and put a filter on all the intake fans. (edit: and clean those filters often if you have that level of dust in the air)

When you use a rad as an intake all of the heat it removes from the CPU is just being put right back into the PC and thus the opposite of what you want. Intake = cool air and exhaust = hot air.
yeah i know, but i have a 200mm fan on exhaust right above the rad.
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