It looks like it's been punched, just really badly
I came across 5 or 6 wires that weren’t even in. Not to mention those that weren’t in all the way.
The day before I noticed this, I installed a unifi AP and it worked fine, but that night I was looking it up on the controller and it was looping back. Then I discovered this beauty.
Anyway. All is well now in the world.
Post the fixed version?? I need proof this wrong has been rectified!
This picture has to be at least 5 years old
Pictured: how that black friday deal you found was so cheap.
Superglue State Drive?
YEa its pretty old
No. It never happens. It's literally always a badly mounted cooler, block, or when a GPU dies the user then breaks the chip while taking the cooler off to see what happened. With several thousand computers built or serviced I've never once seen a cracked chip from anything other than stupidity somewhere down the line.
Does this happen often? I have seen on this sub but even LN2 overclockers don't seem to have this issue. Do you just have to be incredibly unlucky for this to happen or can mundane overclocking on air cause this?
Remember back in the days of the Socket A Athlon when everyone was complaining about cracked cores?
He bought a new solid copper heatsink and put it on his 1GHz Athlon. No boot. We'd heard plenty of horror stories of cracked cores, so we took the heatsink off and... shit. he cracked his core.
Just bad luck. He'll have to wait for a new CPU. But my 1.2GHz Athlon is right here. Let's throw this baby on my CPU and see what kind of temps I can get. So we clean off all the thermal paste, put some new AS5 on it and put it on mine. No boot. Fuck... we did it again..
Our upstairs roommate has a 900MHz Athlon lying around and lets us borrow it. No boot.
It was around this time we noticed the retention clip wasn't symmetrical and was on backwards, putting a LOT of pressure on one side of the core. We ended up going to a small shop the next day and buying some 800MHz Durons or something to get up and running with. I had that Duron for the next couple years until I got an Athlon XP. All to try and shave a few degrees off my temps..
Overclocking doesn't shatter GPU dies. It was a badly mounted heatsink. You have to tighten the screws in a x pattern, or you'll apply too much pressure on one corner. (see top right of your die)
Terrible inventory control! No one bothered to ask about it in over 7 years.
It's running XP, and Pentium M
Why is this gore?
It’s slow because of the massive amounts of porn not the dust
how the fuck is it possible to get that much dust in there? I have 2 cats and my pc never gets dusty..
What? An informed comment? On /sub/techsupportgore?! HEATHEN!
Negative air pressure
I am the radiator
It's freezin' then
Nothing a self-tapping wall anchor can't fix.
Smartphone owned by a dumb user.
put it in a bowl of rice overnight
But you can still get my stuff off it, right?
Don't try to vacuum it up. Holes in most air filters are larger than particles of ink, so you'll just launch them all up in the air.
Edit: also, that powder is very flammable. It's static too, so electricity can build up in the tube, causing sparks. And it's also cancerogenic. Fun combination!
Call your toner supplier if this ever happens, they usually have special vacuums, designed to deal with this problem.
Someone startled it
We had something like that happened in our office. So a moron took a shop vac and went to town... With air exhaust directed into a meeting room with white carpet and white chairs... Carpet and chairs had to be replaced and room repeinted; cleaning didnt help much.
Aww! You guys made me ink!
Slightly owned by linus
"slightly used as a hockey puck"
Lemme guess, you bought that from a Canadian dude named "Linus", right?
Yeap defiantly 'found a picture of it'
If you solder Pin 48 and Pin 12 of the socket you'll be able to activate Intel exclusive 6Ghz that only employees are able to achieve.
At least T_T