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Installing new graphics card


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LU1S90

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ok, i'm half ready to install my new graphics card. i need to know whats the best static dissipative "in home material" i can place my PC on, to work on. i already got my antistatic wrist strap. i just need some place in my home where i can place my PC thats antistatic or the best "least staticy" place. please help :tazz: open to all suggestions ;) thank you.

Edited by LU1S90, 22 June 2005 - 11:40 PM.

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scrushmaster

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U r paranoid. I just throw my comp on my kitchen table, next to days old taco bell wrappers and pyrmids of beer cans from long drunken nights. I use the beer cans to release the static and i use the taco bells wrappers for nothing but decor. Dont be so mfing paranoid man, just make sure you put ur hand on something to ground before you hit it up. dont shuffle your shoes around the house on a dry day then go to touch the chip on the card lol.
Here are the steps to installing graphix card.
1)open case
2)Jam the card in an open slot
3)screw it down
4)close case
5)download drivers and play games
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