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I thought maybe this bag contained his "special medicine". :pimp:

http://img.techpowerup.org/100911/mancave839a.jpg
That is one healthy portion if it is :laugh: that's a sandwich bag or something!

This reminds me, on an ebay sale I forgot to remove certain grinding discs from my desk <_<

@Reventon cheers !

Although has to be said, i'm going to have to mod these coolers to get them working properly :laugh:

Only got two heatpipes out of four working on the gpu, still I've gone from the high 70s to mid 50s in furmark on the card : ] Just waiting on a GPU shim.

And I think I already mentioned the CPU sink has two heatpipes not touching as well :laugh:

I think I might get something a bit thinner for the GPU mind you, this thing over hangs a good 4-5cm.
 
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Multa's room is just full of wonder isn't it :rolleyes:
 

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wonder who that's from ;) link that build log quick!!!
 
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could be a BB gun or air rifle
but more than likely its real :D
 
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I got a PC from one of my mom's friends to work on today. I had already went over to their house and ran the HP diagnostic on there and it seemed that the HDD was on its last leg. The plan was to take out the drive and scan it in my computer, but I opened it to find this:








So to ensure that it's not the caked up dust on the PSU's intake or CPU fan that's causing the problem, I'll blow it out in the shop later when it cools down outside. These people have 4 or 5 indoor cats and I assume this computer hasn't been opened in about 5 years.

I think I'll actually have to take it completely apart to get it clean. The motherboard needs to be put in the dishwasher :rolleyes:
 
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i have seen worse
i opened a PC up and the dust was black and gave me a throat infection :(
 
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nasty ass motherfucker :wtf:

i used to work at a computer repair shop and i got a few like that or worse in every week, FFS why do people care so little about their computer? its one of the most important tools nowadays,

online banking, personal stuff and so on

and then they treat it like that :shadedshu
 

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I got a PC from one of my mom's friends to work on today. I had already went over to their house and ran the HP diagnostic on there and it seemed that the HDD was on its last leg. The plan was to take out the drive and scan it in my computer, but I opened it to find this:
http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/7492/sick1b.jpg

http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/2591/sick2.jpg

http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/9982/sick3.jpg

http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/8273/sick4.jpg

So to ensure that it's not the caked up dust on the PSU's intake or CPU fan that's causing the problem, I'll blow it out in the shop later when it cools down outside. These people have 4 or 5 indoor cats and I assume this computer hasn't been opened in about 5 years.

I think I'll actually have to take it completely apart to get it clean. The motherboard needs to be put in the dishwasher :rolleyes:
I had one similar, but didn't even come close, that's just mean!
 

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I got a PC from one of my mom's friends to work on today. I had already went over to their house and ran the HP diagnostic on there and it seemed that the HDD was on its last leg. The plan was to take out the drive and scan it in my computer, but I opened it to find this:
http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/7492/sick1b.jpg

http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/2591/sick2.jpg

http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/9982/sick3.jpg

http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/8273/sick4.jpg

So to ensure that it's not the caked up dust on the PSU's intake or CPU fan that's causing the problem, I'll blow it out in the shop later when it cools down outside. These people have 4 or 5 indoor cats and I assume this computer hasn't been opened in about 5 years.

I think I'll actually have to take it completely apart to get it clean. The motherboard needs to be put in the dishwasher :rolleyes:
Damn, that's a crazy amount of dust.:shadedshu



nasty ass motherfucker :wtf:

i used to work at a computer repair shop and i got a few like that or worse in every week, FFS why do people care so little about their computer? its one of the most important tools nowadays,

online banking, personal stuff and so on

and then they treat it like that :shadedshu
To most people it's just a random box that sits in a corner and lets them go on the interwebs, the last thing they care about is actually opening it up and cleaning it.:(
 
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nasty ass motherfucker :wtf:

i used to work at a computer repair shop and i got a few like that or worse in every week, FFS why do people care so little about their computer? its one of the most important tools nowadays,

online banking, personal stuff and so on

and then they treat it like that :shadedshu
Tell me about it. Plus, there's nothing at all technical about blowing out your computer every once in a while, just be careful where you point the nozzle. HP even made it easy on that computer, there's just one thumbscrew in the back that actually stays hanging on when screwed out. I'm not even sure if these people know that you can open up a computer.
 

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Tell me about it. Plus, there's nothing at all technical about blowing out your computer every once in a while, just be careful where you point the nozzle. HP even made it easy on that computer, there's just one thumbscrew in the back that actually stays hanging on when screwed out. I'm not even sure if these people know that you can open up a computer.
some companys make so if you open the PC and not trained to do so it can void the warranty :(
 

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Re:Moms Friends Computer

I got a PC from one of my mom's friends to work on today. I had already went over to their house and ran the HP diagnostic on there and it seemed that the HDD was on its last leg. The plan was to take out the drive and scan it in my computer, but I opened it to find this:
http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/7492/sick1b.jpg

http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/2591/sick2.jpg

http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/9982/sick3.jpg

http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/8273/sick4.jpg

So to ensure that it's not the caked up dust on the PSU's intake or CPU fan that's causing the problem, I'll blow it out in the shop later when it cools down outside. These people have 4 or 5 indoor cats and I assume this computer hasn't been opened in about 5 years.

I think I'll actually have to take it completely apart to get it clean. The motherboard needs to be put in the dishwasher :rolleyes:
Sufferin' succotash....yer gonna need a bomb to clean that up.:roll: Recommend a medical mask so as not to inhale any of that stuff.:eek: Best of luck to ya. Just an aside here though, It'l probably run like a Swiss Watch after it's cleaned. :D
 
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some companys make so if you open the PC and not trained to do so it can void the warranty :(
Yep. I had a SFF Acer until about 6 months ago, I had to void the warranty when I opened it. Luckily I never had any problems with the hardware so it was alright. Still pretty ghey though.

Most HP's can be opened without voiding the warranty. They also seem to be good about using set form factors and such.


Sufferin' succotash....yer gonna need a bomb to clean that up.:roll: Recommend a medical mask so as not to inhale any of that stuff.:eek: Best of luck to ya. Just an aside here though, It'l probably run like a Swiss Watch after it's cleaned. :D
Yes I'll be wearing a mask and some glasses. I hope that the cleaning fixes the problem.