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Should I remove Mt front panel?

Meczox
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So I have a rig with he cooler master box Pro 5 (not the mesh version) 

I7 8700k 1070ti 

When I turn on the pc should I remove the front panel for more air flow because their are only small tiny space for air

And my front fan make noise if I don't remove the front panel 

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I used to have a nzxt s340 and it was a must to have the front panel off during summers. Your case looks like something more suitable for watercooling tbh...

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1 hour ago, Mayushii said:

I used to have a nzxt s340 and it was a must to have the front panel off during summers. Your case looks like something more suitable for watercooling tbh...

Well I use a radiator but it won't cause harm right to remove the front panel and should I put them back after or just leave it because I am scared that some insect will get in if I leave it open

Because I live in the south east Asia nd it gets hot up

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3 hours ago, Meczox said:

Well I use a radiator but it won't cause harm right to remove the front panel and should I put them back after or just leave it because I am scared that some insect will get in if I leave it open

Because I live in the south east Asia nd it gets hot up

You could look at getting some magnetic dust filters to help with that issue. If you are able to cover the front panel area with dust filters it will give a protective barrier against insects, as well as making it easier to clean your PC.

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9 hours ago, Spotty said:

You could look at getting some magnetic dust filters to help with that issue. If you are able to cover the front panel area with dust filters it will give a protective barrier against insects, as well as making it easier to clean your PC.

Do you hvmave any suggestion for a magnetic dust filter that fit my case cooler master Pro box 5

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On 12/30/2018 at 6:26 AM, Meczox said:

So I have a rig with he cooler master box Pro 5 (not the mesh version) 

I7 8700k 1070ti 

When I turn on the pc should I remove the front panel for more air flow because their are only small tiny space for air

And my front fan make noise if I don't remove the front panel 

I personally would. You can replace it with one of these over every fan intake you have; 

https://www.amazon.com/Silverstone-Filter-Magnet-Cooling-FF123B/dp/B00ARB5E8U/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_tr_t_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ZZ4447BYD9CV5JQ4GER3

 

Theyre magnetic so you dont have to screw them in

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