Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by _DM_, Mar 4, 2003.
What causes this problem?
using 110 watts in a 230 watts outlet or reverse
psu wires stuffing up
and many other things
... also running a PS close to its max ratings continuously. Have had first-hand experience with that.
Or you can be like me and just get a bad one right out of the box that blows up, shoots sparks, and scares the piss out of ya!
or if it just doesnt like you!
see urs didnt like u coming out of the box did u handle it without love? of did u call it any names?
I think, now dont quote me, but if you were to pour water on your psu it can cause it to do nasty things.
Another tip from Your Friendly Neighborhood [PseudoKiller]
failure of components There you go psuedo no quit hassling me
WTF is a 'compents' ??
large quantities of water, and also screwdrivers shoved in some of the holes doesnt help
Not sure on this, but dust clogging the air intake would lead to a v hot PSU which could cause failure
i open up my psu and clean the thing out trust me a favourite retreat for dust-bunnys
HEY dust bunnies are cute and fuzzy... they keep your system warm so that it dosent get the chills at night.
they also s**t on the COMPONENTS and in mating season which is just around the corner they start to mulitiply
mine havin been goin @ it like crazy.....really need 2 boot em out
id put a few bear traps in there thatll sort em out then torch it
I think he meant competants or components
LOL They sure do!
Re: i think
SEE !!! even you didnt know... I thought you knew everything... or at least you act as if you do.. <hehe>