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Old 05-07-2007, 08:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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not good for the psu, one day you turn it on and *pzzft* its gone.

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that happened once...i did a suicide run (literally suicide run) when it was raining with like 90% humidity and the swamp cooler on, pc was running great, the graphics got all weird on me and the pc went "sssssssSSSSSSSSSSS.....POP" almost sounded like a 2 liter soda bottle opening then getting shot with a bb gun. then the stream of smoke that came out of the case smelled like ...burnt hair i guess.

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it's certainly not good as the components might short circuit when it get wet when the moisture in the air condense and probably it will have some kind of problem soon.

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