• Cleaning my PC! PC PCMasterRace
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    • It'd be fine if you hadn't scrubbed it.
      Junkyie 10 apr
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    • This just makes me shiver
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    • This Hertz
      Velaluna 18 apr
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    • Hang this guy please
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    • I mean if the water is pure you can easily wash a board. Just not with a fucking brush and soap
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    • As long as theres not power what so ever it cant fry, just make sure that bitch is dryer than the sahara desert before setting it up
      TSG_Baird 16 apr
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    • You need to be put down via firing squad
      TreeFry 16 apr
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    • Thanks for the tip I’m building my first pc today and need all the help I can have
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    • Don’t forget to thoroughly clean your video card and RAM, for that you can use a dishwasher
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    • I just use a toothbrush with alcohol while the electronics are unplugged and the batteries are removed
      Eley 15 apr
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    • Yeah give that motherboard a good ol scrub get that soapy water all inside of it yaaaaaaa
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      Shade 15 apr
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    • As long as you got it plugged in no reason not to
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    • As long as there’s no electricity going through it like no power to it then there’s literally no reason to not do that
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      ReptiIe 15 apr
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    • As long as he took the CMOS battery out it should be fine if completely dry
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    • I mean since those parts aren't currently being powered they're not actually ruining anything. As long as the parts are completely dry before they're reassembled the PC is fine
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    • sWeed 15 apr
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    • I mean I just recently got a good PC but still play on PS4 and I like and appreciate both that I have
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    • It helps if it's distilled water.
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    • Hmmmn, yes, yes I don't like this picture.
      Taifens 15 apr
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    • Lol, I don't see anything wrong with that. It'll typically be fine.
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    • I hope he has a little oil in there to lubercate the connections.
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    • There are people that literally run their hardware through the dishwasher. It’ll be fine
      Prysm 15 apr
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    • Washing a motherboard isn't as bad as people think. At my work we wash server motherboards with dawn in the sink. 90% of the boards survive and will continue to work for years.
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    • It'll be fine as long as you let it dry tbh. Unless you let it soak. Then it might corrode.
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    • Why dude. That’s motherboard done nothing wrong.
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