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Old 07-30-2007, 11:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Isopropyl Alcohol, in other words, rubbing alcohol. A lot of sterilizing pads use it.

Isopropyl alcohol 90% or higher is recommended, but the more common 70% works too, that is what I've used. Also, it is recommended that you use a lint-free cloth to clean it. The most simple household item that will do the job is a coffee filter, works perfect.
agreed with the rubbing alcohol....
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agreed with the rubbing alcohol....
I use acetone
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Everclear works just as well.
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Old 07-31-2007, 12:16 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I'll guess you are good to go Saint71, funny it seems everyone have almost the same build on the inside, mobo, cpu, memory & VGA heck even the CPU heatsink.

My CPU arrived today, now I'm waiting for the video card, memory & CPU cooler which as far as I know they are in Jackson Ville (still in transit) and there have not been any update yet...I should have paid the $3+ for the Fedex Int'l Priority instead of UPS Ground shipping which it seems is more slow.

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I'll guess you are good to go Saint71, funny it seems everyone have almost the same build on the inside, mobo, cpu, memory & VGA heck even the CPU heatsink.

My CPU arrived today, now I'm waiting for the video card, memory & CPU cooler which as far as I know they are in Jackson Ville (still in transit) and there have not been any update yet...I should have paid the $3+ for the Fedex Int'l Priority instead of UPS Ground shipping which it seems is more slow.

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cool...

looks like i'm the only one who plans to upgrade their crap system, but can't
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why dont you use neweggs credit card ...no payments for 6 months.
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why dont you use neweggs credit card ...no payments for 6 months.
the words "14 year old adolescent" comes to mind
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YOUR 14 years old...dam.n
thats cool, meaning your smart for your age.
Well you can get a job...i have 2 at the moment.

Ill prob get that credit thing though when i do my build and i want it to be top end so i dont need to worry about overclocking.
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YOUR 14 years old...dam.n
thats cool, meaning your smart for your age.
Well you can get a job...i have 2 at the moment.

Ill prob get that credit thing though when i do my build and i want it to be top end so i dont need to worry about overclocking.
y does every1 find that so hard to believe???
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He's pretty smart for his age, but not as smart as me.
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