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    HP Overpacks Just a Bit for Power Cord

    RMA the cord, pack it in a small box, inside a bigger box, inside a bigger box, strapped and shrink wrapped to a pallet, nailed shut in a crate, inside a shipping container, filled with millions of packing peanuts, welded shut, and air dropped by a boeing c17. that'll teach 'em
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    Post your "Ghetto Mod" pics

    Heres my ghetto cpu cooler Mk. II Mk. I is this post: http://www.hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1034351288&postcount=1519 That one 80mm fan barely moved any air, so i ordered two Cooler Master 80mm fans that spin at 2500rpm max, and are only 19db-ish. This time I grabbed some steel wire...
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    Anyone ever had problems with WD's RMA?

    Follow up: they took forever to respond to my email, so i just went ahead and rma'd the replacement drive. Received my replacement for my replacement, it's a 160gb ide again, but this time it is a brand new Caviar Blue with a man. date of july 2009. AND it actually works this time. So in the...
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    Anyone ever had problems with WD's RMA?

    This is the first time ive had a drive fail, so this is the first time ive ever rma'd a drive. My primary drive for the past couple years was an 80GB Western Digital Caviar Blue. The drive prevented my computer from booting and was extremely hot to the touch, it also felt and sounded like it...
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    Post your "Ghetto Mod" pics

    My Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 64 cpu fan died, so I decided to zip-tie a 80mm fan right through the heatsink. Actually does a decent job, but in the future I think i'll just mate a more powerful 80mm with the AC Freezer shroud and hook it up to a front panel fan controller, so I can manually...
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