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The loudest part of building your PC?

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This is after all an open forum to many of different age and point-of-view...

Prob when I whip out the dremel and start modding everything, or when I yell 'damnit' as I realise my old core2quad for a budget build has a soldered ihs and I shouldnt have tried delidding

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1 minute ago, ThatBlockishWay said:

Prob when I whip out the dremel and start modding everything,

Same here, pretty sure it was when I used dremel to cut the glass tubing.

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On 1/8/2019 at 9:05 AM, Schnoz said:

Just curious, what's the loudest part of building your PC? I know it's a strange question, but still. I'm weird too.

 

Maybe the audible pain when you spray Conductonaut everywhere? Or the Intel stock cooler you decided to use? Let me know! 

Trying to fit in the 4+4 EPS connector.

 

I also accidentally knocked my tempered glass window using the corner of my power supply. Thankfully I had the plastic wrap on and it was completely fine

i like water.

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The noises made when I was upgrading a gpu only to realise the case isn't long enough for it

 

and the volume in which I kindly explained to a not so friendly delivery company which failed to deliver the new case 3 times in a row that I need the parcel

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5 hours ago, quakeguy81 said:

I have a small air compressor used for air brushing like you can buy at Harbor Freight for $70, but I bought mine used. I also bought a hose attachment with an air sprayer nozzle. 

 Yeah I looked at those, but TBH with a 2.5hp one I could do many things like I said, I would obviously only run it at a lower psi for cleaning the PC and stuff, was just curious at to whether you used a water trap, but now I know it's a small unit that isn't the case.

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