[rescue] The best 'rescue' workstation
Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Mon May 2 15:35:57 CDT 2005
Sun, 01 May 2005 @ 20:57 -0400, Phil Stracchino said:
> > By blowing it back out, and by having fewer dust inputs than a negative
> > flow case!
> > Come on man... :)
> Your argument appears to be based upon the premise that no dust is going
> to enter the case via the intake fans.
Not at all, I assume it *will* come in.
You are right that you need a filter, because then the unwanted routes
which are unfiltered will be exhaust only. That's ideal I think, though
a lot of people think they can filter all inputs and use negative
pressure. I don't think that's ever true for PC cases.
Mostly I'm thinking unfiltered inputs on negative pressure cases, and it
messed up my posting a bit. You are right about needing the filter on
positive pressure case inputs.
Still, I have changed unfiltered cases to positive pressure and they
were visibly less dusty. Perhaps it was other factors.
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