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Originally Posted by xd_1771;13146696 
I'm more interested in being able to actually reliably use my computer(s) than blow them up, have to deal with RMAs and shipping costs and parts exchanges that cut my cash supply in half among other things smile.gif
At worst I've broken a few headsets, perhaps a mouse out of rage.... that's it

Ah this brings back memories of an old dell laptop soaring through the air into a wall, and shattering into a million pieces....I have computer rage issues ok?biggrin.gif it was on its way out though.. its screen was hanging by a thread and the HD was dying... it was either that or it was going to become target practice:gunner2:

oh and xd... if you haven't ruined anything yet...

YOURE DOING IT WRONG! drum.gif
Edited by RustyCage - 4/16/11 at 7:56am
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I have a dead Foxconn AM2 board that died during a BIOS flash in an unrecoverable manner, and a Gigabyte MA790X-UD3 which had a heart attack during a water leak, it recovered from that, and then died permanently a few weeks ago nice and quietly.
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