- Feb 7, 2007
- 892 (0.23/day)
- Australia, NSW,Mid North Coast.
|Processor||Intel i3 540 3.06Ghz|
|Cooling||4x 80mm Case Fans, Zalman ZM-MFC1 Fan Controller, Stock CPU Cooler|
|Memory||4GB DDR3 1333Mhz (2x 2GB) - Kingston|
|Video Card(s)||HIS ATi Radeon HD3850 256mb DDR3|
|Storage||640GB Western Digital Caviar Black|
|Display(s)||22" BenQ FP22W LCD, 700:1, 5ms, 16:10|
|Case||Don't know exactly, metal, built on LED's.|
|Audio Device(s)||Integrated - Altec Lansing 5.1 Speakers (6.5" Sub)|
|Power Supply||Antec True 550W, 24 AMP on 12v rail|
|Software||Vista Home Premium 64bit - AVG - Spybot|
Hello.. We had out computers unplugged for a thunder storm.. While I wasn't even at home my brother plugged his computer and modem back in (connected to mine with network cable to switch to mine)... We then had a sudden lightning strike, sparks came out of the modem, now his won't turn on, and mine won't boot windows or knoppix or anything but has bios.. Both blew up so no way to test hard disks or video cards/ram.. I assume motherboards are definitely gone as it went through the network cables.. But how likely is it other things broke? By the way, The modem is fine!?!?