XrayMan Sorry, I don't deal in Euros. :P
PascalDXrayMan Sorry, I don't deal in Euros. :PNowadays there's not much difference between them unfortunately. You could say €100 equals $108
surfseattleOne note of caution using an air compressor is that they can accumulate moisture inside. If you use one make sure and open the bleed valve at the bottom to eliminate any water that has collected inside.
BeeTeei think i might consider possibly thinking about considering the thought of the viability of using a leaf blower to blow out dust from one's PC.what do you think- should i even consider thinking about maybe possibly doing this? or are there dangers- like static build up or something? these parts aren't cheap, so if there's even a slight chance of the possibility of static ruining components then i wont even think about considering the thought of thinking about considering doing this.
ThomasStanleyAfter some searching I've found out some people use a leaf blower as a means to clean your PC from dust. I am tempted to try it, but before I do I would like a confirmation that it can't harm the components, assuming I don't actually touch them with the blower.