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TimoKatten

air filter on psu

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Hi! i have a question, is it safe to put a airfilter on a psu? Cause i want to use a dual psu setup with one psu outside my case and i thought an airfilter should be usefull 

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If it's outside the case then dust accumulation shouldn't be that bad 

Leave it be imo.


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as long as there's sufficient airflow going through, why not... there are cases that come with this and will do just fine with one

 

mind you, of course a filter will give a bit more resistance for the fan, making it possibly a bit louder


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10 minutes ago, TimoKatten said:

is it safe to put a airfilter on a psu

yep


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