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Originally Posted by ChielScape View Post
i did it, and lost my finger.
j/k.
i did it, but with a switch instead of paperclip, so i can turn it on/off much more easily.
haha that's a good idea. But does yours not have the switch in the back?
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haha that's a good idea. But does yours not have the switch in the back?
nah, its a cheapo i salvaged from a P3 rig. 150w i think.
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