We have similar vacuums at work, they work very well. Compressed air is best bet for home use though, as we use those vacuums everyday for several times
They're a bit too pricey for a home user to keep around for occasional cleanings. A repair tech/shop or data center for example, can justify the cost of having one around though.We have similar vacuums at work, they work very well. Compressed air is best bet for home use though, as we use those vacuums everyday for several times
I always thought the issue with spinning fans too fast wasn't power generation, but that the speed could cause the fan's bearings to fail.Vacuum cleaners tend to spin the fans really fast which then generates power that might destroy your mainboard.
Please keep in mind that home air compressors will produce condensation water that will be blown out with the air. Almost every compressors of that kind have a little nozzle at the lowest part of the tank which lets you drain the water, but still, the air of such home compressors is not completely dry, hence not really suitable for cleaning electronics.I use the air compressor in my garage (yes the same one I use for air in my tires).
I live in Ohio, so the humidity runs about 70% all the time anyway. lolPlease keep in mind that home air compressors will produce condensation water that will be blown out with the air.
You could add in a water trap to be safe (kit example). There's less expensive as well, particularly if you have an extra hose lying around of sufficient length (compressor - hose - trap - hose for tool).I use both an air compressor and a shop vac to clean out my towers. I set the compressor to a low pressure, and then suck up the dust with the vacuum as it gets blown out of the case. It takes two hands, and is a bit overkill perhaps but I've never had a problem and it's the least messy method I've found.
I know that air compressors can emit some moisture in the air, but I've never had issues.
We were just so busy learning about less important things, like sentence structure and grammar.skotopes said:It`s always nice to read posts of people who did not learned physics and electronics in school.
people who did not learned physics
only when components not soldered to the board.
all computer parts contains fool protection:
all external buses has terminators
circuits has a lot ways to the ground.