I wasn't an arsonist as a child, I promise! :haha:Wow Leeky! Go big or go home right?
Wouldn't it be easier to simply quaff down a few pints of Guiness before you boot the dang thing up? That way you'd be a veritable "human fire extinguisher", primed and ready for whatever destruction might try to visit upon you.I wasn't an arsonist as a child, I promise! :haha:
I'm currently in negotiations to have a local fire appliance stationed in my back garden, to provide for faster response times.....
Something tells me the fire jokes are going to come thick and fast for the foreseeable future! :haha:
Be all that as it may, was the Guinness part funny?I do not recall ever discussing with Rage2K about my PSU requirements. If you would like to clarify this, by all means read my original discussion, by clicking here. Or an even older one here.
I also understand that the issue was due to Seasonic (Or another) no longer producing the supplies for the budget range (CX/TX I believe), but at no point have I see anyone (and that includes reviews online) suggest anything other than very favourable comments in response to the HX series Corsair PSU.
I don't pretend to read every single post on this forum any more than you do really. Its easy to sit and make comments after the fact though, I could do that about you all day long as well, but have frankly better ways of spending my time.
Be all that as it may, was the Guinness part funny?
If you like I'll pull down the the PSU section of the post in question, and save you the trouble. Since yes, he was referencing the budget line of Corsair supplies.
With that said, perhaps their high end PSus have suffered as well. After all, "where there's smoke there's fire"! (Or so they say)....
You story has indeed touched my heart. With that said, sadly this is the "news" forum. And while I'm sure that this is news to you personally, it lacks a certain broader appeal.i have a system failure quite often on my xp backup/reserve machine also the main motherboard power cables are quite short and there is 1 case fan for intake but none for extraction please help!!!!
That is indeed amusing. I would like to mention that an adapter having "too much amperage", unlikely. For example, if you have a device that runs on 12V DC, you could connect it to a car battery, and run it successfully, without damage. This is despite that fact that the car battery is capable of delivering perhaps up to a 1000 amps.Another short amusing story is when my dad bought a RadioShack power cord for some computer speakers that were missing one. I looked at the specs on the speakers, and then looked at the cord, and told him that the amperage on the adapter was too high, and he was going to fry the speakers. He told me it'd be fine.
So I stood there and let him turn them on. Sure enough, less than a minute later the speakers were on fire, with smoke coming out. Needless to say, we didn't need the AC adapter anymore, and returned it.
Hence harddrive hunters opting for heavier weaponry...One thing nobody ever tells you is that your average 3.5" HDD could probably easily block a small-caliber bullet.
Now that looks like fun!Hence harddrive hunters opting for heavier weaponry...
Indeed it does! Unfortunately, you most likely won't be able to buy those armor piercing rounds again, until well after the royal wedding.Now that looks like fun!
I still can't believe the 18th disk was untouched, especially considering the size and power of the round used.
Damn good for you, because for some it doesn't come until they have no teeth in their mouthThen came university, and enlightenment. And a fair bit of rage (Heh.) at being so...uncouth.