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Old 05-14-2008, 06:55 PM   #1
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lmao this is the definition of a nerd
idk y but i find this very funny watch more then 2 mins
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Old 05-14-2008, 07:45 PM   #2
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It's hilarious, I've never seen anyone have sooo much trouble installing a 9700NT

The fat shit needs to stand up and use a better work place, your knee is not the best surface to assemble on

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"thats no good.. thats no good at all..."
You're telling me, dropping the screwdriver on the board from height isn't good.

The I/O plate is a classic and where is the psu??? looking at the case I can't see it fitted?? OMG he fitted the psu last??? rotflmfao

And then posting it on youtube so everyone can see your uberleet skillz is just tff


Is there any video of him powering on?? I'd love to see the look on his face when it doesn't post.
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lmfao
theres a part 2
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Dude really needs to learn how to build computers....lol
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lol its just funny as hell watching him
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lmfao
theres a part 2
I watched both parts but no video of him hitting the power switch
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i wounder how old he is
20?
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did he paint that thermal geese with his finger? and then smooth it out so the process would fully touch the heat sink?
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did he paint that thermal geese with his finger? and then smooth it out so the process would fully touch the heat sink?
Nah, he cut a piece of plastic from the cpu packaging and spread the TIM
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god that was painful..

ANTISTATIC YOU IDIOT!! JEEZE!!
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