If he do, it's disgusting. especially around the toilet.
DO : Make sure the hetsink is well fixed!
I have a costumer this week end who bought a full PC in part,3 hours later he come in the pc wont boot, there was 3 mistake.
1: the 2 superior pushpin of the intel retail fan were not fixed in.
2: On the Intel DX58SO there is a sata power plus at the bottom of the board, he plug the PSU in there.
3: the 2 GTS 250 were not well seated in PCI-e slot.
Result of all that, No refund no exchange because of User damage all paid with Accord D. I forgot to tell you, Fried CPU, Friend MOBO, Fried RAM 1 Fried Video Card.
Edit : if your local shop offer to assemble the computer for 35$ and you know you a re an idiot...please pay!!!
wow, I have broken so many of those rules. and +1 to don't necessarily trust the guys at the local shop.
don't test stock case fans with your finger, they break easily (and the fragments hurt when they hit you in the face).
- I always stand on carpet
- I never discharge the electricity from myself prior to starting
- I always drink beer while building
- I never take my time
- I always cut corners and never check that it works prior to putting on the finishing touches
- I never build out side the Case first (will bench it if it don't Post)
- I ALWAYS have the TV on!!!
- I'm usually "snacking" while I'm building
- I always twist the snot out of my cables...stretch em...make em fit!!!
- Both my Dogs (Jack Russells) wander in and out of the room at will
....."Fraid I certainly don't comply with your "do's and don'ts:..
PS Forgot to mention I usually start OC'ing as soon as I Post!!!!
and who set these rules ha ha what a joke come on build the way you want to build. i mean if i listen to all the bull sh1t ways to build here i would never build. just like the people who tell me i can't do an engine swap in my drive way with hand tools right.ha ha I really think this is a dumb thread there no right or wrong way. what every works for you
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