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to swipe off screens xD

yes we all know what u use it for u pervert! biggrin.gif

I only use it for clearing off thermal paste I swear ! redface.gif
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post #3342 of 7257
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I only use it for clearing off thermal paste I swear ! redface.gif

I use my old nosepaper's from my pocket, or everywhere i can found those from my room, to clean old thermalpaste's biggrin.gif
    
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the thing is... toiletpaper has been chemically treated so it "dissolves" fairly fast in water.... and this chemical will actually irritate your skin/nose/mucus membranes very fast... much, much faster as regular tissue, resulting in a inflamed red "peeling" nose.

So, yeah, the excuse "to swipe TIM(my) off" is the only valid one biggrin.gif
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I only use it for clearing off thermal paste I swear ! redface.gif
I wouldn't use that as thermal paste, it probably isn't very good. biggrin.gif
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Toilet paper leaves little fibers all over, like you wouldn't believe how many... Lets just say shine a black light on something wiped with it sometime *cough* Paper towels are less fiber leaving, but the patterns are kind of rough I think. I prefer the cloths for eye glasses as they don't leave fibers and have a no scratch "weave."
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Originally Posted by M1kuTheAwesome View Post

I wouldn't use that as thermal paste, it probably isn't very good. biggrin.gif
o.O Do you even read?
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Originally Posted by Mystriss View Post

Toilet paper leaves little fibers all over, like you wouldn't believe how many... Lets just say shine a black light on something wiped with it sometime *cough* Paper towels are less fiber leaving, but the patterns are kind of rough I think. I prefer the cloths for eye glasses as they don't leave fibers and have a no scratch "weave."

It won't look nearly as bad as my Raystorm block.

I left it uncovered and hanging in my case, did some work, now it has deep scratches all over.
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BEHOLD MY COLLEGE GHETTONESS!!!






Using main rig to power the server up because I didnt know how to jumpstart it, so used main rig as a jump starter ha,

Another server on top using a cases fan, and another PSU around it.
post #3349 of 7257
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Originally Posted by Mystriss View Post

Toilet paper leaves little fibers all over, like you wouldn't believe how many... Lets just say shine a black light on something wiped with it sometime *cough* Paper towels are less fiber leaving, but the patterns are kind of rough I think. I prefer the cloths for eye glasses as they don't leave fibers and have a no scratch "weave."

I wouldn't put a black light near what the others were talking about with the use of toilet paper by the computer.

Istudy92 did you not know all you need to do to turn on a computer is touch the two pins for the power switch together for a second, screwdriver or paperclip works well for this. You also use that paper clip to turn on a PSU without using the motherboard.
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Istudy92, your turntable poster reminds me of the ghetto home theater setup I used with some DJ equipment. I have a old Gemini PMX-12 that I once used to connect the line out of the TV and computer's sound card to channels 1 and 2 with Altec Lansing speakers on the master out. The sound quality was good too, actually- just as long as you don't move the crossfader it's free of noise and crackles.
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