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Folding isn't OC'ing > Folding FAQ

Also that isn't a fan shroud over the CPU, its a DUST SHIELD, good thinking Dell, good thinking..
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Folding isn't OC'ing > Folding FAQ

Also that isn't a fan shroud over the CPU, its a DUST SHIELD, good thinking Dell, good thinking..
The CPU heatsink & fan were completely caped with dust and other weird fibrey stuff.
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I do believed it can get that dusty my old acer computer was very dusty
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this thread just reminded me to smack the side of my case to upset the dust in it...
    
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this thread just reminded me to smack the side of my case to upset the dust in it...
Why don't you clean it out... oh wait its an AMD, just leave it AMD's love dust and overheating.
P.s. make sure to stop all fans from spinning for 1hour a day!
    
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I like dust. because when I clean it all out, I know im helping the computer.
    
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Cleaned, removed the floppy drive

Reason why AGP slot has gone:
there was water still inside it, so I had to get my dad (Awesome unsoldering skills) to unsolder it from the motherboard. Its now stuck on intergrated graphics.
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I don't even think I could get that much dust in a PC if I tried to!
I know. It looks like someone was running that PC on a beach or something.

When we took over this business there were a lot of dusty computers i cleaned, but nothing on that scale.
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I;ve seen worse.

The worst i see had dead cockroaches

I didnt even know that there was a small 56k modem because there was a HUGE dust ball down there.

I had to go out side poke a hole in a garbage bag pout the computer in the garage bag and use a leaf blower.
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