Dirtiest PC... EVER!!!

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1. CommanderSlap 2 years ago

Great!
Job done, and it's as clean as a whistle!
Now put the side back on, plug in and.... nothing! LOL :D

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2. Comment rated too low. Show this comment kuzifix 2 years ago

this was one loud PC!!!

mom: put the volume to normal!

guy: what did u say??

mom: they are taking the hobbits to isengard!!!

guy: what did u say??

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3. Benishu 2 years ago

OMG ! I feel sick :S
Nightmare of a geek

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4. cretia 2 years ago

#2 thats the air compressor filling the tank to feed the air gun

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5. Premtm 2 years ago

Must have been in use outdoors.... :D

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6. huldu 2 years ago

Ugh... no agp port, that is one old computer indeed.

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7. Judge-Jake 2 years ago

It's probably been sitting in someone's loft for a couple of years. moments later of course it would have appeared on ebay as fully tested hardly used. :S

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8. kaleemyork 2 years ago

oh man wash by water ... :D

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9. Cyrille 2 years ago

One of my friend had his dog living in the room were the computer was.
One day we cleaned if (the computer), there was much more dogs hairs in the case than on the dog.

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10. Comment rated too low. Show this comment Godhatesfags 2 years ago

Dirty bastard.He's probably got a gut full of worms too.

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11. kurkudjikul 2 years ago

Is it posible to fry a motherboard by blowing compressor air in cooler fan?
They are made from permanent magnets and they can generate some voltage is span really fast.

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12. samxgx 2 years ago

Yeah, NOPE...

i had a customer who used to smoke and drink all the time and he used to make us all very uncomfortable ( nosewize ).

his computer used to be white... but at the end, it kinda looked orange, yellow and brown mixed kinda color. it had same ammount of dust and crap inside with some sticky spots inside and outside of it.

everytime he came to the shop with his computer for some virus ( digital and biological ) we all had a fight who has to take care of it.

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13. h8isgr8 2 years ago

#11 When he put the nozzle close to the CPU fan he held the blade stationary with his fingers 2:50.

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14. Noobeater 2 years ago

So much work for nothing. That old computer isn't worth anything today.

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15. Spartan118 2 years ago

I just cleaned my computer and not I feel like I need to clean it again :P

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16. gpullen 2 years ago

trust me this is nothing compared to some industrial computers... used to service them when they came back in from railway stations... people where meant to replace the dust filters on front and back but simply removed them once they where full... and these machines literally had an inch deep coating of dust and crap over the motherboard, and stank... again, air compressor is a great tool :)

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17. Sizzlik (admin) 2 years ago

#6 You still use AGP? Then your pc might be just as old =P I guess they used the pc just for a register system..no fancy graphic needed..so on-board card is enough =)

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18. glitch911 2 years ago

back from irak ! A real hero

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19. loadrunner 2 years ago

They take more dust then my miniduster.

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20. got_milk 2 years ago

Gotta be a bit careful with that canned air, I've seen people breaking the plastic fans of coolers with it...

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21. Geekster (admin) 2 years ago

#11 I also asked myself the same question and I tried that for curiosity on a few computers but nothing happened :) As far as I know fan-coolers have a built in circuit board that includes a protection for this kind of stuff. Maybe engineers that projected the fans have thinked of this fact, because some people are taking their computers to IT service for dust cleaning where they use pressured air, and when cleaning circuit boards it is highly recommended to use canned air and not a vaccum and brush, because a vaccum can damage/short circuit the parts of the motherboard.

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22. skeletron 2 years ago

you've got to be one lazy SOB to actually use a cordless drill to remove the case screws lol...

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23. Kuttan 2 years ago

I think I bought that on eBay ! :D

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24. dondemon 2 years ago

those anti-porn filters really caught the dirt

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25. YoArgentino 2 years ago

I don't want to see the keyboard!

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26. Danmansonman 2 years ago

#6 I guess he just specified agp, because it was the next socket for graphics to become available.

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27. RetroGrade77 212 days ago

#11 My co-worker did fry a system by spinning the fan with a blower. But that was because he did it while it was running. I do it all the time with the systems unplugged and haven't had a failure yet.