Reddit Reddit reviews SilverStone Technology SST-FF121 120mm Ultra Fine Fan Filter with Magnet Cooling

We found 21 Reddit comments about SilverStone Technology SST-FF121 120mm Ultra Fine Fan Filter with Magnet Cooling. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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SilverStone Technology SST-FF121 120mm Ultra Fine Fan Filter with Magnet Cooling
Honeycomb grill increases airflow focusIntegrated filter provides class leading dust reductionCompatible with all standard 120mm fansInclude 4 screws
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21 Reddit comments about SilverStone Technology SST-FF121 120mm Ultra Fine Fan Filter with Magnet Cooling:

u/poblopuablo · 18 pointsr/sffpc
u/jcolts23 · 8 pointsr/buildapc

That's the same case i have. I bought 3 of [these](
) for the 2 front intake and the bottom intake fan.

These filters have to go on the inside of the case because of reasons which i forget. I put them in awhile ago and remember not being able to have them on the outside of the case

u/shadowember · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I'd recommend picking up some dust filters for each of your openings. Something like this would probably work well.

u/PhamQu · 5 pointsr/buildapcsales

[Amazon link] for some 120mm fan filters. just screw them in along with your fans.
Or [these] would also work. Better quality, slightly higher price.

u/itatter · 3 pointsr/buildapc

these are pretty popular, I had to get one for an intake fan I modded onto my case (pos didn't have one trololol)

although you might be looking for something even finer, in which case that swiffer pad idea mobomelter suggested is intriguing

u/shadaloo · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Just a regular 120mm fan that came with the H60 except it's got a SilverStone filter on it.

u/SpaceDurr · 2 pointsr/SpaceBuckets

I'd point it into the corner and see if it reflects as much. You can also put a screen over the intake/exhaust and it'll diffuse some of the light.

u/i8m · 2 pointsr/pcmods

Something like this seems ideal.

If you already have some sort of fan cover/grill laying around, you could just make it catch dust by cutting up a nylon stocking stretching a bit across the back before mounting.

u/bluedreammaster · 2 pointsr/microgrowery
  • Ecoark 45 Gallon Wheeled Trash Can - 20$ Walmart

  • Coghlan's Emergency Blanket - 5$ Walmart

    3M 77 spray adhesive- 10$ Walmart

    120 mm fan filter - 10$ Amazon

    Dual 80 mm fans - 14$ Amazon

    120 mm fan - 17$ Amazon

    KINGBO 45W LED Plant Grow Light - 30$ Amazon

    Cut a hole for the 120 mm fan dead center in the front like in the video. Insert and then attach filter. This is the fan that pulls fresh air

    Cut two holes in the lid for the 80mm fans. I did mine in the back by the handle, these are the exhaust fans.

    before inserting and attaching fans spray the inside with the adhesive and attach the blanket

    Drill a tiny hole in the center of the top so you can fish the light hanging cables through which will allow you to raise and lower light as needed.

    Then I hot glued a power strip to the back for all the power needs
u/maybach123 · 1 pointr/pcmods
u/NeeqOne · 1 pointr/watercooling

Item | Price | Description
Caselabs Mercury S8 Mounting Plate, Black, New | $9 shipped | NA.
CaseLabs Mercury S8/S8S SSI-EEB Motherboard Trays + Stealth SSD/HDD Mount, Black| $26 shipping not Included | Used only slightly.
Caselabs Mercury Flex-Bay Cover, Triple Solid Black, New | $9.5 shipped | Two of the flex bay cover are available.
Caselabs S8 36mm Extended Ventilated Top Cover with Custom DEMCi Filters | $80 | I am going with a full window top so I have no need for this.
Caselabs S8 and S8S Drop-in Top Radiator Mounts | $19 shipped | I am going with a full window so no longer need this.
Caselabs 120.3 (360) Drop-in Radiator Side Mount - S8 and S8S | $19 shipped | NA.
Corsair 140 Case Fan | $7 shipped | Took this out of a Corsair case.
Fan Rings for Corsair AF 140 | Free. You just pay shipping. | NA.
SilverStone 120mm Fan Filter with Grill FF121 (Black) | $6 shipped | NA.
Alphacool Eiszapfen L-connector G1/4 inner thread to G1/4 inner thread - chrome | $9 shipped | This is new unused. I bought this for a build but found out I didn't need the fitting.

Please reply to post before sending a PM. Moreover, all prices are OBO. Discounts available for buying more than one item. For local interest, I am in Towson, MD. Thanks.


u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/pcmods


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u/drfoqui · 1 pointr/buildapc

I don't think that a couple of inches you could get from higher feet would make a big difference. Putting it on a table might.

Otherwise, try not to have an intake fan that doesn't have a filter. If you have that problem, you can get magnetic filters. Don't forget the one for the PSU on the bottom of the case. And clean them every now and then.

u/badillin · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Dust in the PC will increase temperatures... so its better if you dont have it

You can use compressed air cans to clean it up once in a while, or get dust filters like these ones

u/Dog1259 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

i see you have the dumb cooler master masterbox lite 5 that has no airflow. Id suggest putting some120mm dust filters on the fans, or possibly buying a large meshfilter and modding the original front panel

u/johnjs · 1 pointr/buildapc

Fan filters like these are pretty popular.

u/infered5 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

It wouldn't help too much with dust or thermals at that point, the only thing that'd help with dust is fan filters, and the only thing to significantly help with thermals is an AIO or custom loop. Your thermals are good, I'd leave them.

Honestly, just get some 120mm dust filters, [like this] ( [or these] (

u/Black3ird · 1 pointr/pcgaming

Actually paper towels tear up quite fast so you could have used anti-static (known) fabric of any kind instead to avoid towel splinters while cleaning. Also you should have used Q-Tip to clean delicate places within like Fans you shouldn't have blown air to, only within rotation direction from far away.

Assuming you're turning off and on your PC when needed (not always online), had a slightly lesser used PC which was "always on" for over 3 years (server stuff) and even it didn't accumulate the Dust you collected for that rig. So instead of just cleaning it out, you should focus on Filtering your inputs like this one other similar products you can find, even lady stockings fitted around a fan would it fine.

>reapplied new thermal paste

is pretty much the only reason for such decrease in temperatures where cleaning helps yet if you only had cleaned without new thermal paste, you couldn't have gotten those results. CPU fan would start resonating if this wasn't there before the cleaning, congratulations as you broke your fan that it'll sooner or later repeat such with "increasing" noise to the point of being unbearable until you finally replace it.

Fans are the most Fragile thing within whole PC except static electricity. Because they mostly have Fluid Bearing that can't withstand external pressure on any wrong direction (especially from Air Dusters) so that they first begin to resonate/noise than to cause all sorts of problems later on, been there.

As last words, change the place of that PC as where it was is the reason dust got sucked in by fans.