Tuesday, August 19th 2014

Spire Introduces the DustGuard Series Dust Filters

Spire continues to expand their range of PC accessories, proudly introducing the DustGuard series. The DustGuard series dust filters are universal dust filters and fan guard combinations, available in various sizes, such as 80, 90 and 120 mm.

The DustGuard can be installed on any same size DC fan or free fan space in your PC chassis. The DustGuard can be opened to remove the filter, thus making it possible to rinse the filter in water. The cover design is made so that it provides a durable solutions while not blocking to much airflow. As always, quality is guaranteed by our 2 year warranty and service program.

Main Features:
  • Black Plastic Dustproof Filter Dust Guard mesh
  • Available in 80, 90 and 120 mm
  • Removable dust filter
  • Universally mountable
  • Low air restriction
  • 2 years manufacturer warranty
MSRP (Manufacturer suggested retail price):
Part number: SP-GUARD-F8 (Codenamed: DustGuard 80)
MSRP: USD 5,35 / EURO 3,95 (EX VAT)

Part number: SP-GUARD-F9 (Codenamed: DustGuard 90)
MSRP: USD 6,75 / EURO 4,95 (EX VAT)

Part number: SP-GUARD-F12 (Codenamed: DustGuard 120)
MSRP: USD 7,99 / EURO 5,95 (EX VAT)

Availability:
The DustGuard series products are now available from Spire Shenzhen, China. European distribution roll out will commence at the end of August.
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6 Comments on Spire Introduces the DustGuard Series Dust Filters

#1
RejZoR
Main problem with dust filters is that you have to disassemble half of the PC to clean them and that might be necessary quite often if systems are running 24/7. I see how annoying that is with my Lian Li. And i only had one case in the past where intake fans had external filter with a dedicated case door to reach them. So you just popped off that door, cleaned the filter and poped it back in. Now, i have to unscrew 8 screws, dismount a PSU, dismount a front CPU cooler radiator and clean the stuff. I wish they'd all just make easy cleanable filters on the case itself. That would make things so much easier...
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#3
arbiter
Um i could be just balls out tired but i remember buying this years ago for my computer.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5554585&CatId=504

I bought those back in 2010. they restrict air blow pretty bad to.

by: RejZoR
Main problem with dust filters is that you have to disassemble half of the PC to clean them and that might be necessary quite often if systems are running 24/7. I see how annoying that is with my Lian Li. And i only had one case in the past where intake fans had external filter with a dedicated case door to reach them. So you just popped off that door, cleaned the filter and poped it back in. Now, i have to unscrew 8 screws, dismount a PSU, dismount a front CPU cooler radiator and clean the stuff. I wish they'd all just make easy cleanable filters on the case itself. That would make things so much easier...
If these are the same you don't have to do any disasemble of your machine, as its 2 parts, the inner bracket holds the screws in to the fan. and top outter bracket just snaps over top of it so you just pull it apart and get the filter out while machine is still running.
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NC37
by: RejZoR
Main problem with dust filters is that you have to disassemble half of the PC to clean them and that might be necessary quite often if systems are running 24/7. I see how annoying that is with my Lian Li. And i only had one case in the past where intake fans had external filter with a dedicated case door to reach them. So you just popped off that door, cleaned the filter and poped it back in. Now, i have to unscrew 8 screws, dismount a PSU, dismount a front CPU cooler radiator and clean the stuff. I wish they'd all just make easy cleanable filters on the case itself. That would make things so much easier...
Why I went with a CM Storm case. Filters are so simple to clean. Just pop off, blow, pop back on. Still have to do it often tho and it doesn't stop all dust. Bout 1/4th of the dust gets in but this case has a roof exhaust which has no filter on it so it could part be from dust settling through that when it is powered off.
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#5
RejZoR
I just don't like those "gamer" cases. I even took out my front LED illuminated fans on Lian Li and replaced them with plain Noiseblocker Multiframe fans.
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#6
rtwjunkie
The Fractal Define R4 case is so simple, you can slide out the dust filters and clean them while the PC is running, both front and underneath!

I can see how these would be useful to someone who doesn't have filters. I especially liked the part where it said the filters can be removed by opening the cover. That ease of use should make this a good seller.
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