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General Chat Thread, Lmao Dusty PC in General; I've seen worse, 6 years worth of constant running in a factory. In one case I could not even see ...
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    I've seen worse, 6 years worth of constant running in a factory. In one case I could not even see the RAM as it was buried in dust.

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    lol yeah one of our old servers was that bad you couldn't see the mainboard anymore, but for a home user i was quite impressed

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    LOL and to think about 90% of that is human skin

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    I saw a workstation at my last school where the dust had formed a 'drift' against the ram because of the flow of air in the case. My home PC gets bad inside, on the floor of my bedroom probably the worst place for it, and it has a ton of fans so moves a fair amount of air through it!

    They should recycle used PCs as air filters, as they seem to trap everything inside them.

    Mike.

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    I find the "henry" Hoovers most useful in this situation, since the hose can be placed on the exhaust outlet and allows you to blow. Once the fans have been disconnected you can happily blast the computer and have a spotless computer in under a minute.

    So long as you disconnect the fans, I have found this never to cause any problems and is cheaper than buying compressed air cans.

    Also works for cleaning the Aircon filters by blowing it though the filter though an open window.

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