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  1. RuskiSnajper

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    This is what happens if you don't properly read motherboard manual, one of those threads that happend on my local pc tech forum. Just another day in the Help and How-To section.


    Local:
    http://slo-tech.com/forum/t501998

    Translated:
    English (google)

    For the sake of clarity:
    The guy doesn't have external GPU yet, but the Mobo does support IGP so that's not an issue at first ... care to scroll down to see the rest. Also the translations are really shaky and inaccurate.
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    Saw the problem right away in the first pic. :rolleyes:
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    :roll:
    That's a bit of an understatement I think. :laugh:
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    Mwhaahah now i find my self laughing at the funny translations that came out.

    RAM = shoulder
    motherboard = plateau

    That's because they use slang :p
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    That mistake is actually quite common believe it or not.
    Funny how the OP became upset then embarrassed though.

    Reminds me of the time a guy from a fancy out of town IT company who is contracted to maintain the local newspapers computers came into work, all dressed slick, in a suit as if he was some kind of lawyer, could not figure out in the slightest why this computer would not work.

    When he replaced the PSU he also forgot to reconnect the P4 power connector.
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    Hahah,

    Couldn't resist to post another thread.

    Now this has to be a winner - and it's not even PC tech.


    http://slo-tech.com/forum/t502278

    Links don't work in translation, use local site here


    What the heck is today seriously - will they keep me laughing for the rest of the morning ?


    EDIT:

    A 1000 of these:

    [​IMG]
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    F that 4 pin connector... It's always in the most annoying spot too.
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    Yeah, specially if you installed a big CPU cooler, i can barely reach that connector with my fingers.
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    Dear fespaceman...

    Please plug in your 4 Pin power connecter before I murder your family

    Thank you :)
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    Crunching for Team TPU
  11. RuskiSnajper

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    Aaaand

    now they're laughing about the "baptism" of noobs (humiliation for their errors) for me posting that thread on another forum.

    Can the thread get even more hilarious ... hahah

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