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post #11 of 16
beat me to it killer I was just typing that.
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post #12 of 16
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ok, awesome, thanks a lot guys.
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Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
ASUS 24x DVD RW Corsair H80i Windows 7 64-bit LG 24MP56HQ-P IPS 
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post #13 of 16
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now, I know this is off topic... but when it comes to pc hardware. Which components are the ones you want to be careful and extra careful with when it comes to ESD and any type of static? And How sensitive are these components exactly?
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Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
ASUS 24x DVD RW Corsair H80i Windows 7 64-bit LG 24MP56HQ-P IPS 
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post #14 of 16
Just be mindful of where you set things is all.
Bare PCB ( the circuit board with all the stuff on it ) , Don't EVER set naked PCB on carpet, or any other potentially static prone area..
On a cardboard box is fine. On your table is fine, Just be vigilant of what touches those bare components

Those "work area" pads and anti static bracelets are for nubs. Just use common sense , Works wonders..
post #15 of 16
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lol, well I guess its a good thing that I am a "nub" at building computers and that this is my very first ever build because I bought an antistatic bracelet for 5$ just to be on the safe side. hahaha. I plan on working on a wooden table in my kitchen that has those stick on tiles. So I assume Ill be safe with that. Now My screwdrivers do have that magnetized tip to keep screws from falling when I flip it down. Will that be safe? Are there any other special precautions I have to take when I do this? Any and all info is apreciated as I will be starting this build tomorow(in less that twelve hours and yes I will take pictures)
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ASUS 24x DVD RW Corsair H80i Windows 7 64-bit LG 24MP56HQ-P IPS 
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FX 8350 Asus Crosshair V Formula EVGA GTX 770 SC ACX 8Gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 1866 
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Plextor M5S 128Gb(OS) Plextor M5S 256Gb(RAID0) Plextor M5S 256Gb(RAID0) Western Digital Cavair Green 2Tb 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
ASUS 24x DVD RW Corsair H80i Windows 7 64-bit LG 24MP56HQ-P IPS 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung SyncMaster B2230 Corsair K70 Corsair TX650 V2 Cooler Master CM Storm Trooper 
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post #16 of 16
One suggestion that I learned back in my 'nub' days goes against what most will tell you, but I keep my computer plugged in if possible when working on it. Reason being is while plugged in, the computer is actually grounded and you are reducing the risk of ESD damage. Also, generally just touch the chassis before you touch any component. I usually keep my arms rubbing the chassis while pulling parts. IMO the safest way without using a bracelet, of which I have never used.
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Muskin 60GB SSD, WD 500GB, WD 80GB LG 24x Multi Corsair H50 modded. Winblows 7 
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