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Old 19-08-14, 08:26 PM
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Oil can be conductive or non conductive. Conductive oil on the card would be well worth sending it back. Did you measure the conductivity of that material yet?

" Allways shorts like that ^^comfy as hell. "
It's why I like summer dresses and skirts...ever try a kilt? I bet you'd love it.
Naaah, the card works, so no need to send it back, that would just delay the project, i might send them a angry mail, asking what the heck they are doing.

And no, never tried kilt, and i dont think i will.
I dont like the idea about wearing a skirt

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Update!

Got the ram and psu!


Now i need to make it pink

But daimn thats some good looking ram!
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Old 16-09-14, 02:05 AM
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