|Brand Name||SilverStone Technology|
|Item model number||FF121B|
|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 0.2 x 4.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.72 x 0.18 x 4.72 inches|
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SilverStone 120mm Fan Filter with Grill FF121 (Black)
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- Honeycomb grill increases airflow focus
- Integrated filter provides class leading dust reduction
- Compatible with all standard 120mm fans
- Include 4 screws
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|Item Dimensions||0.18 x 4.72 x 4.72 in||0.2 x 4.72 x 4.72 in||5.9 x 0.7 x 4.9 in||5.5 x 5.5 x 0.1 in||0.1 x 4.7 x 4.7 in||0.2 x 5.51 x 5.51 in|
Finding a quiet and efficient cooling fan is the ultimate goal for every enthusiast. The FF121B is a fan grille designed for easy installation with any 120mm fan. The honeycomb pattern on the grille not only reduces wind shear noise but also channels the airflow into more focused beam. Its integrated filter also provides reduced dust buildup to extend the life cycle of components. All in all, the FF121B is an excellent upgrade for any 120mm fans in your system.
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Follow up: I took a heat gun on the lowest setting and made quick passes over the mesh to fix the deformities and it worked like a charm. Think wrinkled clothes in the dryer. The heatgun took out the waves and tightened up the mesh!
UPDATE: I ordered a second unit to cover my side vents and realized that the actual mesh is fabric and can be torn off the plastic rectangle mold with a little bit of force, so keep this in mind. It's fine if you set it and forget it, but if you are moving and touching the filter frequently, then you might want to go for something else, or just be very careful.
The thing I like the best about this filter is it's very easy to remove due to the mounting option is magnets. And just lightly tap it against a table outside to remove the dust, or for harder stuck on dust take a vacuum to it or use an air compressor to blow the dust out from the intake side.
Overall it holds well, and filters great. Easy installation and easier dismantle for when I need to clean the dust off.
It needed 3 things to make me happy:
1) Be easy to remove and clean.
It's MAGNETIC, so it just pulls off, a quick couple spurts with an airduster, or some time under the faucet if it's really dirty and you can toss this mother back on and it goes back to being awesome.
2) Needed to stop dust
This thing has a finer mesh than most pantyhose, let alone the stuff that comes with most computer cases. Every couple days I stop to marvel just how much dust this thing keeps my computer's guts safe from. If this thing was a bouncer at a classy club, that club would go out of business, because (you guessed it) nothing is getting in.
3) Be cheap.
Ok, so it could be cheaper, but honestly? $10 is not that bad, and it saves me from the struggle of tearing apart my computer once a month and going through seventeen million airdusters trying to clean it out. In fact, if you do the math, I'm saving myself nearly 10 cleanings a year, each one taking at least an hour, so that's ten hours saved. Let's use the valuation of my time that my crappy fast food job uses ($8.25 per hour) and what do you know, this thing will save me $82.50 a year in time, sounds like a steal at $10 now, doesn't it?
Unless your case is made entirely of plastic and you keep it in an airtight, heavily filtered environment, you NEED this filter, so stop reading, scroll back up, and click "Buy," you won't regret it.
I've spent way too much on filters now, all of my previous ones included, but now I'm replacing all my filters with these and never looking back because these won't impede airflow nearly as much as the old ones.
The entire black surround on one side is just one big, flexible magnet, so it can easily mount straight to metal without the need for screws, and the filter material is glued firmly and tightly between the magnet and the other flexible half of the surround, which takes away the worry of accidentally peeling the filter material off of the surround, which I have done before on one of my previous filters (oops!).
All in all, these are in all probably about the best dust filters you can buy for the price.
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