nothing would happen, there are just fins, just like on any car radiator, you can bend then and it would still work. the liquid runs inside the channels going up and down, the fins are there to trap air moving through.
install plex server and plex media center on other pcs and you're done, can watch it on iOS, android, roku,, pretty much anywhere, if your device cant handle it it automatically down converts, so pretty much any device will play it.
i recently RMAed my asus gtx 560 ti that i bought open box a year and half ago, got a working card back within a week, so i guess its onMSI thats doing that, thanx for the heads up, i wont be buying MSI open box anymore.
Originally Posted by DaveLT
OS : Fedora
Case : I have no idea ... it's just some tiny case with 2 silverstone FN181 fans on top
CPU : 2 X L5520
Memory : 8GB DDR3 ECC RAM
PSU : Seasonic S12II-520W
Originally PostePosted by ChronoBodi
yea.... i have a Samsung 830 SSD, Note 2, Samsung TVs., Samsung F1 Spinpoint HDD.....
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