Tech gore thread. Janky rigs, dirty rigs, etc

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    • #194396
      Anonymous
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      Can we have a thread about tech gore, janky rigs, dirty rigs, etc? Please post pics and storis if you have em

    • #194397
      Anonymous
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      >BTX
      and nothing of value was lost

    • #194398
      Anonymous
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      I have a folder full of PC gore, if the thread still exists when I’m home in 3 hours, I’ll dump it. If not, tough luck.

      • #194399
        Anonymous
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        Based

        • #194479
          Anonymous
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          how did you get this picture of my computer

        • #194493
          Anonymous
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          this is literally my computer and i have no idea how to get rid of the giant mass of cables down there

          • #194494
            Anonymous
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            rotate the drives 180 degrees so the cables run in the back of the case

          • #194517
            Anonymous
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            Theres no reason to get rid of them. Cable management is for idiots

            • #194679
              Anonymous
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              I too like making dust traps.

          • #194665
            Anonymous
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            your case probably has holes you can route the 24pin, 4+4 pin and similar through

        • #194511
          Anonymous
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          When will the watercooling meme finally die?
          VGA gimped builds are making it more obviously retarded then ever.

          • #194514
            Anonymous
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            It’s getting more and more popular thanks to AIOs that cost the same as good heatsinks while being better in literally every way.

            >VGA gimped builds are making it more obviously retarded then ever.
            You actually think that isn’t on purpose?

            Also different workloads require different things, keeping smaller CPU dies made with smaller nodes cool takes much more drastic cooling though.
            My GPU takes 300W but easily cooled to 75C with 3 90mm fans that are on the shroud, while my CPU needs a 360mm rad for the same temperature under half the watts used.

            • #194515
              Anonymous
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              >My GPU takes 300W but easily cooled to 75C with 3 90mm fans that are on the shroud, while my CPU needs a 360mm rad for the same temperature under half the watts used.
              that’s not how energy works, anon.

              300 watts is 300 watts, no matter the node or type of workload.

              • #194522
                Anonymous
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                That’s exactly how it works.

                Putting 300W into a 1x1cm piece of conducting material will make that material hotter than putting 300W into a 2x2cm piece of the same conducting material.
                A 500mm2 die is cooler at 300W than a 200mm2 die at 150W. Etc.

                • #194576
                  Anonymous
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                  w-where did the volt girl’s left hand go?

          • #194516
            Anonymous
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            Go play any newer game with a System like mine. I7 10700k & rtx3080 it heats up like crazy even with 1 140front, 3 120top and 140back fans. If i can stop the gpu from going weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee with an AiO Watercooling so be it, sucks to hear it trough my headset

            • #194518
              Anonymous
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              exactly my point. gpus are the problem not cpus, there’s no reason to use water for a measly 95 watt chip.

              • #194523
                Anonymous
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                I have a 5600X and it went easily into the 80’s with a NH-D15. While with a 360mm AIO it caps out at 70C no matter what, that’s with PBO+AutoOC. Both working at the same loudness.
                Meanwhile my deshrouded GPU runs fine at 75C under full load with fans and it’s original heatsink at just 800 RPM, inaudible.

                • #194530
                  Anonymous
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                  I don’t think i’ve ever seen my 5600X above 68C°with a U12A.
                  And with the undervolt it never goes above 65C° while also running 200mhz higher.

                  • #194535
                    Anonymous
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                    >I don’t think i’ve ever seen my 5600X above 68C°with a U12A.
                    Not saying it’s impossible, as far as I can tell. Pic related is a 3600X at stock though.
                    But I was specifically talking about the same loudness as I mentioned in my post, I like my PC to run extremely quietly even under heavy load while still having a good thermal budget and very loose fan curve response.

                    >And with the undervolt it never goes above 65C° while also running 200mhz higher.
                    Sounds like a nice silicon win. I can get 4850MHz with only -15 UV on "all core" curve optimizer.

            • #194519
              Anonymous
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              Well those fans wont help if they have no pressure and are 800rpm
              Man up and get a real fan like this

        • #194512
          Anonymous
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          • #194566
            Anonymous
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            What the fuck is going on with those audio cables?

          • #194577
            Anonymous
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            this looks good, how is this gore?

            • #194578
              Anonymous
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              people here are triggered when they see exposed cables

        • #194536
          Anonymous
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          i hate these dumb cases with blocked front air cooler with storage rack, HAF912 plus?

          • #194538
            Anonymous
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            thats not how air works and most of those cases have dope and superior side air intakes

        • #194548
          Anonymous
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          imagine being such an autistic faggot you need to "cable manage"

        • #194560
          Anonymous
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          literally my computer. no window no problem, not paying extra for a modular power supply

        • #194563
          Anonymous
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          normies trying to actually build an okay PC but using the hand grenade PSU does hurt a bit to see

          what exactly is wrong with this build? i can understand it does not meet the zoomer aesthetic standards but it seems fine to me, those sandy bridge/haswell gigabyte boards are solid as fuck too

        • #194575
          Anonymous
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          figuratively my PC

        • #194655
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Nobody notices the upside-down PSU

          • #194656
            Anonymous
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            It’s supposed to be like that. Hot air rises up so the PSU cools down without the need to turn on the fan, thus keeping the noise down.

            • #194657
              Anonymous
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              that’s a always on fan psu… so you’re saying it’s counterproductive

              • #194658
                Anonymous
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                You’re right…

      • #194406
        Anonymous
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        Hype

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        Anonymous
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      • #194418
        Anonymous
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        Commencing dump in 3…2…1…

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          Anonymous
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            Anonymous
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              Anonymous
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                  Anonymous
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                    Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                      • #194437
                        Anonymous
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                        Probably the most baffling pic I have

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                        Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                      • #194450
                        Anonymous
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                        Part 1

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                        Anonymous
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                        Part 2

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                        Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                      • #194455
                        Anonymous
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                        Last one, thanks for keeping the thread alive. Hope you enjoyed the rare occasion of anon delivering.

                      • #194459
                        Anonymous
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                        Why don’t you mention where you took those pics from? They are from the German site http://www.dau-alarm.de

                      • #194462
                        Anonymous
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                        Good dump anon appreciate it but why are they such tiny images

                      • #194525
                        Anonymous
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                        old

                      • #194561
                        Anonymous
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                        > filenames
                        Because he’s pulling them from the same website that he always does.

                      • #194617
                        Anonymous
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                        >dump
                        >it’s all thumbnails
                        Why even bother?

                        Because all of those pictures are from around 2000 to 2003, so basically oder than 94% of LULZ. Since you don’t seem to understand the concept of 2000s digicam quality or 2000s hosting storage space, I don’t believe you belong to the other 6%…

                      • #194654
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >ask why the images are small
                        >LOOOOOOOOOOOOL U UNDERAGE???????? YOU NEVER HEARD OF THE YEAR 2000?????????????????
                        Why are you this retarded?

                      • #194705
                        Anonymous
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                        So you’re basically reposting shit that has been floating around on the net for all that time, which most of us have already seen literally years ago, and you think this is somehow a good thing?

                      • #194541
                        Anonymous
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                        Thanks, im going to go do that now

                      • #194646
                        Anonymous
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                        That’s fucking genius

                      • #194647
                        Anonymous
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                        That’s fucking genius

                        Indeed. Whoever came up with it deserves a prize.
                        Using the pezo to generate power from high frequency sonic vibrations in the air transmitted from the PC speaker to power the floppy drive, that’s big brain.

                      • #194651
                        Anonymous
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                        It was more of a thought about plugging in buzzer to the HDD LED thing, just for lulz.

                      • #194652
                        Anonymous
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                        Okay, Satan.

                      • #194526
                        Anonymous
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                        would stacking heatsinks on top of eachother actually work?

                      • #194528
                        Anonymous
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                      • #194446
                        Anonymous
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                        fucking lmao, keep it up! this is great

                      • #194467
                        Anonymous
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                        My fucking brother did this on his last build, plugged an SSD into his blu ray drive and wondered why the system couldn’t see them.

                      • #194650
                        Anonymous
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                        I hope this does some sort of data overdrive, like overdrive on a synth by patching the headphone jack in the Filter In

                      • #194644
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >So which one is this drive?
                        >CS
                        >SLAVE
                        >MASTER
                        >PW2
                        >YES

                      • #194663
                        Anonymous
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                        I did this myself a few years ago.
                        Thirty seconds of prime and 94degrees I realise it’s fucked.
                        Taking the cooler off also pulls the cpu oit of the socket.

                      • #194449
                        Anonymous
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            • #194427
              Anonymous
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              lol

        • #194466
          Anonymous
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        • #194605
          Anonymous
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          >dump
          >it’s all thumbnails
          Why even bother?

      • #194659
        Anonymous
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        you’re based for delivering OP, thanks for the pics

    • #194400
      Anonymous
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      How the fuck does that even happen? Did he willfully rip it appart?

    • #194407
      Anonymous
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      • #194408
        Anonymous
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        A good excuse to upgrade to proper storage
        >HDDs in the 21st century

        • #194411
          Anonymous
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          ssd’s are not good for data, they start to lose data if not powered in 3 years

          • #194539
            Anonymous
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            Myth

        • #194642
          Anonymous
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          You should see the price of high cap SAS based SSDs and compare them to SAS HDDs

        • #194671
          Anonymous
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          not everyone is just hosting a couple tb’s of anime kiddo

      • #194409
        Anonymous
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        Cloudfags BTFO for the rest of time itself

      • #194413
        Anonymous
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        As someone who works with datacenters, that’s scary.

      • #194456
        Anonymous
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        That reminds me of a story I’ve heard. Some company was moving servers like that and the ground was pretty uneven so the card they had put the machine on rattled a lot. After powering up the server at the new location most of the HDDs were dead.

      • #194544
        Anonymous
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        >Don’t forget to tip your server!

        • #194545
          Anonymous
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          (you)
          that was a pretty good one

      • #194568
        Anonymous
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    • #194410
      Anonymous
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      >why is the Check Ground Connection bolt on again

      • #194653
        Anonymous
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        That shit is pretty normal where I live (shithole place in Ukraine).

        Sometimes those connections are made on top of some wood and miraculously it doesn’t don’t burn (often).

    • #194412
      Anonymous
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      • #194414
        Anonymous
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        liquid cooling is a meme.

        • #194675
          Anonymous
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          Been water cooling my cpu/gpu for 10 years. Never an issue.

      • #194415
        Anonymous
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        Happened to me, killed my R9 280X.
        Watercoolers never anymore.

      • #194438
        Anonymous
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        and that’s why you never fall for the water cooling meme

      • #194454
        Anonymous
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        liquid cooling is a meme.

        Happened to me, killed my R9 280X.
        Watercoolers never anymore.

        Even back when Pentium 4s and Athlon 64s were top of the line it was still a meme. I was lucky enough to have my setup pee all over my desk instead of the components inside. Water cooling never ever again.

      • #194461
        Anonymous
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        You’d think it would be common fucking sense that a device that can potentially leak water should never go inside your PC, but here we are

        • #194463
          Anonymous
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          Every wc guide I’ve seen stresses that you should test your loop continuously for at least 24 hours before moving or finishing your build. It’s still a meme even then.

        • #194562
          Anonymous
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          You’d think it would be common fucking sense that a device that can potentially leak would use a non-conductive liquid or at least deionized water or even oil-based liquids, but here we are

          • #194649
            Anonymous
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            You’d think it would be basic fucking knowledge that deionized water will become ionized with time and that oil it does not conduct heat as well as water and is much thicker than water and will dissolve rubber and plastic parts.

            • #194708
              Anonymous
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              You’d think all of these problems are not really problems because they both can easily be addressed.

      • #194468
        Anonymous
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        I bet most of these water cooling accidents is the user installing it like a retard.

        • #194491
          Anonymous
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          >I bet most of these water cooling accidents is the user installing it
          You can stop right there.

      • #194486
        Anonymous
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        Looks fixable to me

      • #194556
        Anonymous
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        wait a minute, GPU’s don’t auto shutdown when reach high temperatures like modern CPU’s?

        • #194559
          Anonymous
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          The gpu died from the water not overheating

      • #194564
        Anonymous
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        lol
        why do people still use water cooling
        you dont need it anymore, its just a retarded zoomer aesthetic thing

        then you kids just buy the preassembled ones and never check or maintain them

        you still have like 5, 6, fans so its not like youve reduced the noise

        • #194565
          Anonymous
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          you need it more than ever thanks to small dies made with small manufacturing nodes pushing several hundred watts even

          >you still have like 5, 6, fans so its not like youve reduced the noise
          i hope this is bait

        • #194570
          Anonymous
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          The owner of that gpu used a deepcool aio that is known for leaking so dissing watercooling as a whole is kinda dumb

        • #194672
          Anonymous
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          ask me how i know you’re underage

        • #194706
          Anonymous
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          >you kids
          T. zoomer

      • #194573
        Anonymous
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        oh so that’s why modern gpus have panels that cover the back…

      • #194574
        Anonymous
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        ah yes, back in 2 hours ago, those were the days
        screenshots with relative timestamps counts as tech gore, change my mind

      • #194580
        Anonymous
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        what if they put mineral oil instead of water in those plug and play watercoolers so when it leaks there should be no short?

      • #194611
        Anonymous
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        This is why you are NEVER honest in warranty claims

      • #194615
        Anonymous
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        current watercooling gear is as trash as it was 10 years ago, sadly nothing changed after all these years
        things are about to change as we’ve reach the limit of air cooling without 50W 10000rpm fans, good watercooling stuff, especially fittings, must become a thing very fast…

        • #194623
          Anonymous
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          Kek, do people ever fall unironically for that bait? I guess if you haven’t actually dealt with water-cooling turning those 10 years you might fall for it like a clueless redditor.
          Have a (You).

          • #194660
            Anonymous
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            >do people ever fall unironically for that bait?
            you’re the first to answer me, the fuck are you talking about?
            > I guess if you haven’t actually dealt with water-cooling turning those 10 years you might fall for it
            I’ve build quite a few during this time, not for me obviously as I hate them but it’s still the same garbage tubes or fittings, pumps are still garbage and ekwb is wrose than ever.
            you’re better off with chinkshit from aliexpress, literally the same quality for 1/10th of the price…
            >like a clueless redditor.
            I don’t browse reddit and I have no idea what an average redditor is like

            • #194661
              Anonymous
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              >you’re the first to answer me, the fuck are you talking about?
              Yes, I’m implying ironically. That was the point. Have fun.

            • #194662
              Anonymous
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              What are you smoking, we have proper fittings, quick connects and finding matching diameters is easier than ever, plus pumps don’t sound like lawnmowers anymore
              Watercooling back in the day in the early 00’s was a pain in the ass

      • #194689
        Anonymous
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        Just wash the motherboard with water and let it dry

      • #194700
        Anonymous
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        If you didn’t flood your mancave to keep your entire room watercooled like Lain can you really call yourself a power user?

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      Anonymous
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      • #194426
        Anonymous
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        I don’t remember off the top of my head, how much space do you lose with raid 5?

        • #194457
          Anonymous
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          (Sum capacity of all drives) – (capacity of 1 drive)

          • #194458
            Anonymous
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            if that faggot was unwilling to lose one drive out of 8 instead of losing his entire array then he got what he fucking deserved

            • #194460
              Anonymous
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              I wouldn’t settle for less than RAID6 or RAID10 if I’m building an array with more than 4 drives and using drives larger than 2TB.

      • #194643
        Anonymous
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        >8 drives
        >RAID 0
        Live fast, die faster

    • #194464
      Anonymous
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      Can’t you do liquid cooling but with a liquid that is non-conductive?

      • #194465
        Anonymous
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        you can but such liquid is hella expensive

        • #194478
          Anonymous
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          Wouldn’t basic distilled water be enough? It’s not conductive and rather cheap

          • #194497
            Anonymous
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            Even destilled water can and will lead electricity. Due to small particles of dust or whatever it will short out.

            There is a video on Youtube about this, someone wanted to run a pc in liquid and only vegetable or sunflower oil didn’t short out

            • #194499
              Anonymous
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              Linus tech tips did a "computer fully submerged in mineral oil" or something build iirc

              • #194500
                Anonymous
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                mineral oil PC’s were around long before linus started pooping out youtube clickbait

                • #194502
                  Anonymous
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                  who in the real world would ever bother with all that
                  seems like a ton of work especially if something goes wrong and you have to clean up the mess

                  • #194639
                    Anonymous
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                    >who in the real world would ever bother with all that
                    I don’t know, LinusShitTips perhaps?

                    • #194645
                      Anonymous
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                      Lol, I literally did that when Linus was not even in high school.

              • #194501
                Anonymous
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                Yeah,maybe it was him with mineral oil what i saw, don’t remember. Bottom line is, destilled/demineralized water isn’t safe

                I bought AiO Watercooling for my 3080, its not here yet but i hope i didn’t make a mistake. Air cooling is just too loud

                • #194503
                  Anonymous
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                  >I bought AiO Watercooling for my 3080, its not here yet but i hope i didn’t make a mistake. Air cooling is just too loud
                  If your PSU has the fan pointing out of the case’s bottom you should be fine I think, it’s not like with CPU water cooling that can spill on graphics card PCB or the motherboard

            • #194582
              Anonymous
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              Deionised water immediately picks up ANY debris as a solvent and thus will no longer be deionised and thus conduct electricity, so unless you’re building in a cleanroom behind perspex not gonna work, certain nonconductive mineral oils would though see

              Linus tech tips did a "computer fully submerged in mineral oil" or something build iirc

              That’s exactly how it works.

              Putting 300W into a 1x1cm piece of conducting material will make that material hotter than putting 300W into a 2x2cm piece of the same conducting material.
              A 500mm2 die is cooler at 300W than a 200mm2 die at 150W. Etc.

              H-h-hot got any more?

              • #194682
                Anonymous
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                >so unless you’re building in a cleanroom behind perspex not gonna work
                Even if you did that you still have CO2 from the air making your water acidic and dissolving metals

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      • #194472
        Anonymous
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        some people really should just buy a console.

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      • #194550
        Anonymous
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        someone forgot their 110 tool

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          • #194481
            Anonymous
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            Wouldn’t basic distilled water be enough? It’s not conductive and rather cheap

            Yes, the only reason we don’t use pure distilled water is for antimicrobial, anti-corrosives, so they don’t boil or freeze, and so you get your gay pastels and glitter.

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                • #194495
                  Anonymous
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                  what in fucks name am I looking at here?

                  • #194496
                    Anonymous
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                    snek

                    • #194498
                      Anonymous
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                      Jesus I thought it was some tard using baked beans in a water cooling system, thanks

                      • #194524
                        Anonymous
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                        >some tard using baked beans in a water cooling system

                      • #194532
                        Anonymous
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                        >this nigga coolin with BEANS

                      • #194537
                        Anonymous
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                        horrible color matching
                        they could’ve at least gotten some custom brown cables

                      • #194543
                        Anonymous
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                        I shouldn’t even be surprised should I, I’ve seen vodka cooled systems, I really should not even be phased by bean cooled systems

                  • #194551
                    Anonymous
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                    snake in what looks like a telco central office exchange or a PBX
                    guessing that’s a power supply/processor card for the cabinets they use

                    • #194613
                      Anonymous
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                      fug. thanks

              • #194488
                Anonymous
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                rather have a snek inside my pc than cockroaches or spiders
                thankfully i don’t live in a tropical third world turd though so I don’t get any multicellular organisms inside my pc

              • #194552
                Anonymous
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                gives a whole new meaning to cable snake

              • #194569
                Anonymous
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                imagine the first computer bug was a snake.
                we would now desnake our snakes.

                • #194696
                  Anonymous
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                  That sounds cooler, man why can’t we have snake pc? Or the more light hearted frog pc??

              • #194579
                Anonymous
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                so that’s what people mean when they say write software in python

            • #194513
              Anonymous
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              >Yes, the only reason we don’t use pure distilled water is for antimicrobial, anti-corrosives, so they don’t boil or freeze, and so you get your gay pastels and glitter.
              just use brake lines and an actual copper radiator with distilled water. nothing can survive in such a loop.

            • #194542
              Anonymous
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              jesus christ
              I know seeing bugs or sometihng but how the fuck do you get a full rat in there

              • #194674
                Anonymous
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                A few months ago I moved the freezer in my garage for the first time in 20 years and there was a long-dead rat trapped back there. There must’ve been 1cm or less of clearance but it somehow managed to climb, and the years of heat turned it into dry rat leather. Wish I’d taken a picture of it.

        • #194707
          Anonymous
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          this gave me that same base feeling of disgust you get looking at actual gore

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        Anonymous
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        >chad
        lmao is that a rasp pi or a dissaembled network switch
        >virgin
        humble brags like this are the cringiest little soys

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        Anonymous
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        This needs a pointing soijak edit

      • #194711
        Anonymous
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        poor pepe

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      • #194632
        Anonymous
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        Ah yes, the classic S939 Nforce4 motherboard. Pretty much everybody who owned one back in the day had to do something similar.

        This is the inevitable result when you take a hot-running chipset and position it directly behind the fucking PCIe x16 slot, then slap on the cheapest stamped metal cooler with a tiny 7000rpm fan that will make horrible grinding noises and die after two months, because nothing larger will fit without hitting either the graphics card or the PCIe slot itself.

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      Anonymous
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        Anonymous
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        >how to know when your drive storing lactation porn is full.jpg

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      • #194521
        Anonymous
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        This had to be bait

      • #194527
        Anonymous
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        >not using liquid metal on your 7800

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      • #194520
        Anonymous
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        if it works it works right

      • #194533
        Anonymous
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        Had a coworker do this so he could play doom. Said it worked great.

      • #194557
        Anonymous
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        I’m using that computer right now except I ended up finding a small form factor GPU to stick in it so the case was saved, FOR NOW.

      • #194608
        Anonymous
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        imagine doing this shit instead of just removing the side panel

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          i’ve seen worse, ones where they cut a hole out like that.. only it was a low profile card with only a removable vga connector and full profile bracket

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          Anonymous
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          >instead of just removing the side panel

          The side panel is supporting the weight of the card

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        Anonymous
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        My friend has one sort of like this, except the disparity isn’t so large so instead of cutting a slot he just forced the panel and it fucking bulges out

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        Anonymous
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        literally my current pc, though i did add some wood panelling.

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      Anonymous
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      oh boy, this thread really makes me want to take pictures of some of the bodges/shit i find at work
      some of the best off the top of my head
      >my work pc has no shield for the gpu, some of the ports are just hanging out of the back
      >ssds ziptied to hdds that have had the disks taken out because no caddy
      >ssds installed in machines in their packaging because no caddy
      >ssd installed alongside a hdd, but the boot order wasnt changed so the computer was running off the hdd only, making it slow as fuck. same machine had some weird graphical issue where certain parts of the UI wouldnt draw
      >all sorts of shit shoved through the fronts of computers, worst one was a pen that then leaked on the motherboard, leaving a pool of dried ink. no idea how that survived
      >computers forced open and stripped of some parts. the computer was ancient, the parts were worthless, and the only bit they didnt take was the ssd, the only part with any value
      >roof leaking directly over 3 brand new computers, potentially killing one. they didnt even last a month
      >endless keycaps being removed, making computers unusable. and a laptop with a single key removed, only for them to also remove the rubber dome, ruining it permanently
      state schools are fucking grim

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        Anonymous
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        lol i used to do this kind of stuff in school

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      Anonymous
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      OC from Shart Mart.

      • #194633
        Anonymous
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        >64bit WinXP BSOD

    • #194546
      Anonymous
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      8th gen substrate garden gnomeing 1/2

      • #194547
        Anonymous
        Guest

        8th gen substrate garden gnomeing 2/2

        • #194549
          Anonymous
          Guest

          here’s your lga bro

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      Amonimouz
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          Amonimouz
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      Anonymous
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      weirdest fap of my life

    • #194567
      Anonymous
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      >you need it more than ever thanks to small dies made with small manufacturing nodes pushing several hundred watts even
      What is this nerd shit lmao.
      Grug cool hot thing.

    • #194571
      Anonymous
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      years back I did this stupid hack job to replace one of those shitty little video card fans that was starting to make annoying rattling noises

      • #194572
        Anonymous
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        If it works it ain’t stupid

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        Anonymous
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        should have just used hot glue but i did something similar and no problem.

    • #194583
      Anonymous
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      Gonna dump some too.

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          Anonymous
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              Anonymous
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                Anonymous
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                        Anonymous
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                        Done.

                      • #194637
                        Anonymous
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                        Interesting, a webm I can smell.

                      • #194669
                        Anonymous
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                        Hope this guy got cancer

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                        Anonymous
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                        lmao holy shit im dead

                      • #194698
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        God this reminds me of my first trash soldering job

                      • #194640
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        That’s quite impressive if it works.

                      • #194697
                        Anonymous
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                        I doubt it does, you’d lose voltage like mad over such long traces and introduce so much latency

                      • #194614
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        and my gf bought a fruit dryer for 30 euro, fuck

                      • #194709
                        Anonymous
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                        That’s not gore tho, that’s hardware reverse engineering and/or research

                      • #194686
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        shit lemme get a shoe

                      • #194704
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >tfw no chicken gf to gently coo you to sleep

                  • #194685
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    ah yes, so it was drive D where i kept my extremely scary spiders

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                  Anonymous
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                  >ticket 2385: user complains of a buzzing noise from nearby networking cabinet, check for electrical issues

            • #194592
              Anonymous
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              how does anyone ever let it get this bad

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        Anonymous
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        >Turkish landline

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      Anonymous
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      Anonymous
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      Anonymous
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          Anonymous
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          k e k

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      Anonymous
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      Anonymous
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        Anonymous
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        think it still worked?

      • #194668
        Anonymous
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        So happy lithium ion batteries fucking explode, nowadays whoever did that would have been up to their neck in shit.

        • #194676
          Anonymous
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          that machine has a removable battery, which is not attached in those pictures, i think it may have been packed in the other orientation, which may have spared it being folded
          i had that same machine, though i don’t recall how it was packaged exactly, this was 14 years ago
          still got the box, though

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        Anonymous
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        Fucking hell that guy should’ve got a refund.

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      Anonymous
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        Anonymous
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        There’s nothing wrong with it as long as it’s functional and stable.

        >Pic rel is my setup

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        Anonymous
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      Anonymous
      Guest

      Haha water pump go whirrrrr

    • #194673
      Anonymous
      Guest

      worm pcb

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      Anonymous
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    • #194688
      Anonymous
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      >be me
      >want to cum on my pentium
      >cum in my hand and pour it on the CPU
      >watery cum gets inside the CPU socket
      >clean it with hand sanitizer
      >clean CPU and put it back in the socket
      >*crack*
      >a corner of the CPU has a small crack in it causing it to not post
      >some of the socket pins got fucked
      >unbend them
      >downgrade to celeron
      >mourn my pentium
      Cum. Never again

    • #194690
      Anonymous
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      Any stories about crt monitors? Might pick one up from an abandoned hotel’s drain in the future.

    • #194693
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This is still in use in the laptop and works fine I guess.

    • #194694
      Anonymous
      Guest

      8 pin bypass so 6pin cables would work

    • #194703
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is it true Intel and AMD processors have NSA backdoors?

    • #194712
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Bought a laptop 2months ago, and saw ants getting inside,opened it then there’s this pink sht ants feasting on it? any anon knows what this sht is?

      • #194713
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Here’s your answer, bro

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