Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Nitro-Max, Mar 17, 2008.
but i no has money for a good PSU
ya know if ya just cleaned it a bit more often it'd last you a bit longer before going toes up then you wouldn't need to be buying new kit so often
how do i clean it! i dont have a vaccum cleaner. and this thing is crappy and cheap. the fan started to vibrate like a dildo within a month of purchase!
ROFL!!!! do you own a phillips head screw driver and an old paint brush just remove it unscrew it and de.dust.dit
yes i do. i own two sets of precision screw drivers. 31bit set
but i cant open it. its underwarranty. come monday and i will change it. i was having my exams so i didnt have much time for it.
well if it's still under warranty then that's a different matter all together but I'd still atleast give it a clean on the outside and maybe a blow out with compressed air If I was to have that come back to me full of dust then I'd void the warranty and not replace it
maybe whilst the old PSU is out would be a good time to clean out the entire PC before putting in the new one
i clean my PC every alternate week. this week i lapped my heatsink and cleaned it and put on thermal paste "the proper way (developed by me)" and got 10C drops i only lapped with a 320 grit yes a 320!!
pretty dusty house then as the pic you put up in here looks like it hasn't been cleaned in months
thats called living in the city
just use custom filter dust and it will reduce >80% dust that come in
Damn DDD it looks like a hobo puked on your case, then licked it off, then puked on it again, then pissed it off, then slept in it.
with room temps at 35C i have no option. plus i am working on my side paned(check my project log) so its off of my case all the time. thats where all the dust comes in from.
i just found this, i dunno its kinda ghetto or insane
just made this in 5mins.
I'm thinking of doing something similar so that I can plug a sub-woofer to my computer.
2.1 sound FTW! (Even if it's crappy, lol )
i made it to connect my PC to this:
That's cool, but don't those speakers need to be powered by the main unit? I doubt it will give any good volume being fed by the 3.5mm jack.
thats why home theater uses amplifier. the player just to give speaker sound signal and amplifier boost it.
no you see, i am feeding the 3.5 into the main unit. im feeding it to the auxillary port which unfortunately is in phonos. the aux port was originally for turntables.
you may find the output from your sound card is to high for the Phono in turntables only use a very small mW (20~50) output where as the average speaker out on a PC is 100mW
i dunno its ghetto or stupid
well at a quick glance i do believe i see a missing cable from the HDD which makes me think so fake.
yeah i hope he will OK after he turns on the PSU
i see his nuts are well insulated.
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