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I was wondering any tricks to help eliminating static while assembling a computer. I was wondering if latex gloves will work?
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Its best to wear a anti static wrist band, but you can also just touch the sides of the case before touching anything inside or any part on your work bench just remember to do this every time you move.

Wear a short sleeve shirt, no cotton, work on a tile or wood floor, no carpet, keep the room humidified if possible.

I would not recommend the gloves they contain a powder and IMHO this could possibly put a residue on computer parts
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