Modding the ASUS RT-AX88U with a cooling fan

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  1. Sandy says:

    Thanks for this article! Try keeping it to suck air out from the bottom instead of the top. That should get your router running even cooler.

  2. xel says:

    I did the same with a 40x40x10mm fan, but instead of push config I have made a pull config, so dust won’t get pushed into the router.

  3. Ken Ng says:

    Thanks for sharing your experience! I actually did a push configuration because I was planning to get a dust filter. This way, with the dust filter, the idea is that only dust free air is pushed into the router, theoratically speaking. I was afraid that a pull configuration may pull dust into the router from below.

    How is the router on your pull configuration, is it relatively dust free?

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