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File: e3206509d1f9f5d⋯.jpg (95.43 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, raifucleaning.jpg)

ae72cd  No.82302

Felt it might be a good idea to have a thread where you share tips and tricks in keeping your rig and devices in working order.

For example when cleaning keyboards I tend to use a thin paintbrush unused for painting of course to go between the keys and clean them. I also find the paintbrush good for cleaning out fans. If you have no paintbrush available a tampon on the end of a screwdriver can work wonders here and also good for cleaning the barrel of your favorite raifu

Once every six months or more I like to open up my computer tower and have a clean inside using a dry cloth and a small low power car hover.

If you are a fag that happens to use a laptop and you will be well aware how bad their build quality is these days so they can sell you useless shit like cooling tables, instead of letting your laptop set fire to whatever is underneath it I suggest propping the back up with a deck of cards. This is because modern laptops just don't get enough air in to the fans and all you need to do is prop them up high enough so they can be fed cool refreshing air.

c9fdaa  No.82305

Investing in a compressor and a succ machine has worked out pretty well for me. I vacuum the case and its surroundings everyday in the morning, open the case once every six months and let the succ do its work then blow out the dust with the compressor with the succ on stand by.

As for the keyboard, I just pull out the keys and clean 'em whenever I see gunk underneath.


fa14e7  No.82308

>cleaning keyboard

Just buy a new one for 5 bucks.


c09ec7  No.82311

I haven't cleaned or serviced my computer or any peripherals for about 3 years and they all word perfectly fine and aren't dirty.

Just be careful when using them and you wont have to clean them.


ae72cd  No.82313

>>82305

That sounds like a good idea. Might think about that myself.

>>82308

Do you not take pride in your equipment anon?


fa14e7  No.82316

>>82313

>Do you not take pride in your equipment anon?

No, I don't really take pride in some cheap plastic piece of trash made in Chinkland. It's disposable just like the people that made it.


c83027  No.82320

>>82302

>tips and tricks in keeping your rig and devices in working order

BUY COMPRESSED AIR AND CLEAN THE DUST OUT OF THE INSIDE OF YOUR CASE AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 6 MONTHS

You'd be shocked at the performance gain you can get doing this sometimes, particularly if your case is one of the older designs without filters over the fans you can nigrig some filters with tights/pantyhose if you want but that's only if you're sufficient autistic. Install coretemp or a linuxfag equivalent to check CPU temperature under load (i.e. intensive vidya): remember that overheating makes your CPU automatically step down performance and eventually shut down the PC for safety but that's rare and dust is the main cause of overheating. Make sure to prioritise common dust traps like heat sinks and GPU fans for maximum results.

WHEN PULLING KEYS OFF A KEYBOARD FOR CLEANING (you can and should do this) LEAVE THE SPACEBAR ON

They're a bastard for an inexperienced fag to put back on because of the flippy metal bar they have and some modern designs make it almost impossible to reattach, Logitech's G series keyboards for example.


c83027  No.82321

>>82308

Find me a $5 mechanical keyboard that isn't crap.

>>82302

>If you are a fag that happens to use a laptop and you will be well aware how bad their build quality is these days so they can sell you useless shit like cooling tables, instead of letting your laptop set fire to whatever is underneath it I suggest propping the back up with a deck of cards. This is because modern laptops just don't get enough air in to the fans and all you need to do is prop them up high enough so they can be fed cool refreshing air.

Alternatively buy one of the wire racks they used in the kitchen for e.g. cooling bread and rest it on that.


ba4c17  No.82361

File: 5cb501d225ede96⋯.jpg (29.49 KB, 268x194, 134:97, a3d9064cbb789f92312eb6956f….jpg)

>graphics card overheating consistently

>80°C even without any games running

>nearly hit 100°C on a game startup

<dangerously high

>open case

>cable stuck in cooling fan


8d82d5  No.82367

>maintaining your robo waifu thread

I like it.

>>82320

>be fat aspie

>go to store

>buy pantyhose

>girl behind counter raises an eyebrow

>i-its for my computer


137ad1  No.82370

>>82361

This is why you have proper cable management.


4f4828  No.82381

>>82302

> paintbrush

> tampon in a screwdriver

I just use a regular old toothbrush, like >>82305 getting a small vacuum cleaner works wonders

specially if they that inverse option, to use as air blower as well, perfectly for getting hard dust in vents and everything, and blowing off from small edges like a keyboard

every few months I clean, specially when I noticed louder fan, and PC sitting at higher temp in idle

>>82311

>for about 3 years and they all word perfectly fine and aren't dirty

say that again after you open your PC case


dde234  No.82393

File: 0f08853d01c8de4⋯.png (1.07 MB, 962x1251, 962:1251, 487d8dbffee019d9e144f472a1….png)

>clean PC regularly because dusty house

>no clutter on desk

>can't organize things on a software level to save my life


03c280  No.82401

>a tampon on the end of a screwdriver can work wonders here

>you can nigrig some filters with tights/pantyhose if you want but that's only if you're sufficient autistic

I am not sure whether to ask how this would work or how anons discovered it worked.


dde234  No.82408

The pantyhose trick has been around for ages, but the tampon and screwdriver method sounds oddly specific. As if Anon was out of toliet paper, paper towels, etc. and had to pull a MacGuyver


72caca  No.82461

>>82408

What did he use the rest of the tampons for is what I wonder?


ae72cd  No.82580

>>82361

Why maintaining all equipment is essential.

>>82408

Well the tampon was something I got an idea after some spillage when doing some maintenance on a raifu and I needed something that could squeeze into that gap and mop the mess up.


4f4828  No.82619

> tampon

> pantyhose

so either you fags are stealing from your mother or you would know that buying these is probably worse than the alternatives


f5cb49  No.82698

>>82619

Actually I steal from my sister


8147cb  No.82893

>>82461

Likely bullets.


8a511a  No.83013

>>82619

You should see some cooling solutions that have been recommended in the past.


03c280  No.83184

>>82893

Tampons do not make for good bullets anon.


189d2d  No.83267

>>82320

My case has built in filters in the system which I found somewhat of a pain to clean out due to the size and weight of the system in a cramped area. What I did to make maintenance on my case easier was to add a pack of those plastic furniture movers onto the bottom of the case to swivel the case around enough to access my filter trays without spending several hours to unplug, move around and re-assemble everything.

Another way you can improve airflow into your case is if you have spare HDD trays that can be removed. Mine came with eight trays but I only use two, so I took out the empty trays and saved a couple degrees almost immediately.

The last thing is for VR as I've found out that over time your lens will eventually get full of debris or moisture and start to mess up your vision. While the manufacturers talk about using a microfiber cloth to wipe off the debris, it only smears any moisture on the glass. If you have some rubbing alcohol take a very small amount and use it on your microfiber cloth to get rid of the moisture on the lens, or alternatively use one of those pre-soaked glasses cleaners that are sold for 6 cents a wipe.


0a2d77  No.83340

>>82316

being wasteful is pointless all the same


0a2d77  No.83417

A pretty simple tip that I've taken to doing every time is: Have a small plastic pot or tray nearby where you can put all your screws. Putting shit back together minus a screw or two is always mildly concerning but then finding it by standing on it with bare feet a week later is even less fun.

>>82311

Take one key off your keyboard and be prepared to change that statement

>They work fine

Yeah, at the moment they do, I hadn't done mine in 4 years up until last week, it *looked* fairly clean but I still scraped a disturbing amount of shit out of there, the longer you leave it the more likely a cheaply solved non-problem becomes an expensive real one.

>just be careful when using them

There is no amount of 'care' that will stop dust getting into your tower

>>82320

>spacebar is a bitch

Other fun keys on Logitech keyboards are the shift bar and Enter both have little metal levers that can be a pain in the ass to get back into the right position.


03c280  No.83756

>>82698

What are you? Hostfag?


d11ee5  No.83899

Just recently cleaned out my tower. Holy shit the performance boost I got. Is just simple things as cleaning out the dust all it takes?


8147cb  No.83965

>>83899

How much dust was in there anon?


434eb3  No.85925

Are there any tips for laptop maintenance? Like one that has slowed down so much it feels like it is going to explode each time I turn it on?


8e23ab  No.85975

File: 445e77d86c801dc⋯.jpg (7.56 KB, 300x257, 300:257, compressed air eternally B….jpg)

>All these retards using compressed air

You're retarded niggers. A leafblower does a way better job, costs $15 and it will last you a lifetime. Your compressed air is expensive and you have to use it in bursts. A leafblower on the other hand will clean your PC in a few seconds. Hold the fans with one hand to stop them from spinning and there is absolutely nothing to worry about.

<b-but it can damage my component

No it can't nigger.

I saw one of my buddies struggle like a faggot with small can of compressed air trying to clean his graphics card and I felt pity. Returned back home, grabbed my leafblower and got back to his house. Within 2 minutes his rig was dust-free. He realized he was retarded to fall for the compressed air meme and got himself a cheap leafblower and hasn't looked back ever since.


1b5307  No.86078

>>85975

Why not simply use a cannon?


f56f54  No.86185

>>82302

I just wanna let you know I bought a thin paintbrush to clean my shit it worked great. Thanks you fucking nigger.


114d06  No.86219

I tend to clean my shit every 2 months or so because I smoke and have cats. I haven't cleaned my keyboard in awhile though, which I should because I'm an idiot and drop ashes everywhere.


114d06  No.86220

>>85925

All you can do is take it apart, reseat the CPU and clean out any dust on the inside.

Laptops for anything aside from productivity uses is a fucking meme.


5066d1  No.86227

>>85975

>having a leafblower

Yeah real fucking useful when you are living in a commieblock


8e23ab  No.86229

>>86227

Nigger just use it for your computer. It is piss cheap and cleans computers faster than overpriced shitty compressed air


3939c9  No.86236

File: 5efbf994407545f⋯.webm (6.38 MB, 640x478, 320:239, Day of the Leafblower.webm)

>>86227

You live in Canada?


c6bd88  No.86558

>>85975

Bicycle pumps werk also.


34a843  No.86560

Remember to change thermal paste if your PC is 6+ years old. 11 year old toaster here and still going stronk.

>>85975

I use one too. The trick is give it a burst of air and then that's it.


307c8d  No.86564

>>86229

>>86560

You are both very smart and intelligent and I hope everyone takes your advice.


0a0503  No.86579

>>85975

I just use a compressor every year or 6 months or so.


c1107a  No.86701

File: bfc726f47794159⋯.png (94.19 KB, 830x700, 83:70, paint_brush.png)

>>82305

>>82320

>>85975

>>86229

>>86579

>Using air

>Ever

>Not pic related

I bet you faggots also breathe instead of diffusing


aa4b0a  No.86726

>>86701

Are you OP?


496d84  No.86731

>>86558

This tbh. Works wonders.


759481  No.86951

>>86560

Changing thermal paste is something fags should do but don't.


895887  No.86972

>>82320

seriously FUCK logitech. I never buy anything from them. it's all rigged to make you kill yourself in pure rage and despair.


002d35  No.86976

>>86972

Fuck modern logitech. Some of their older stuff was pretty good. G400s is probably my favourite mouse of all time.


77935e  No.87229

>>86976

Same can be said with a lot of a lot of companies before they smelled the kike.


59096d  No.87848

This seems like the closest thing to a related thread to ask. I want to upgrade my PS3 to a SSD, but I want to get one with good garbage collection because the PS3 doesn't support trim. Any good recommendations?


a59f57  No.90126

File: 096fcc73bcbb8b3⋯.png (359.06 KB, 794x432, 397:216, ClipboardImage.png)

>>85975

I was somewhat disapointed using pic related when it came to removing dust from circuit boards and considering the strength of it was worried it would fuck something up, it removed most of it, but not completely. Maybe I'll stick to vacuum cleaning and dry cloth. I won't. I m lazy.


002d35  No.90133

>>87848

Any modern SSD should do you fine anon.


3e9ce7  No.90149

>>90126

Why would you do such a thing?


a59f57  No.90156

File: 8ffb8b3f8af4ead⋯.png (1.97 MB, 1169x757, 1169:757, ClipboardImage.png)

>>90149

It has superior air power.


205f9c  No.90158

>>90126

>it removed most of it, but not completely

Dust that doesn't fuck off is usually smoke. Use a brush to clean those off.


75359b  No.90168

>>90156

Shame about the compressor stalls.


58b224  No.90176

Think we should get a pastebin going or chart showing some essential maintenance tools for keeping your computer running?


a59f57  No.90182

>>90168

Only real men can ride the tomcat.

>>90158

I was always worried about losing bristles into my parts.


50cc97  No.90188

>>90168

>Sometimes I launch a missile so hard, it cuts out my engine


03c280  No.90263

>>90176

What should be on it? Price? Where to get it? What it does?


eff415  No.93569

Thinking about going for new thermal paste but I am not sure how to remove the existing layer. Any suggestions on how to go about this?


b4c671  No.93594

>>93569

Rubbing alcohol and coffee filters


50fcc2  No.93777

>>93594

What this nigga said. Also might want something like an old credit card to scrape it off gently.


0f1a75  No.94999

Can any anon explain the advantages and disadvantages of going liquid cooled instead of fan cooled?


03c280  No.95038

>>94999

Where do you live anon? Seriously it can depend heavily where you live.


65eb20  No.95265

>>94999

Noise.


d2400d  No.95304

File: 100941e63075abb⋯.jpg (38.49 KB, 600x611, 600:611, 0da34e392729879262444620da….jpg)

>fixing cousin's PC

>it's reaching 100°C when idle

>check inside case

>a fan was on backwards

>airflow in general was fucking garbage

>thermal paste was fossilized

>dust bunnies that could devour a small child

>left case open, managed fans from BIOS

>no more overheating on Idle


f8ac70  No.95320

>>95304

What? Holy shit did you slap him?


b358e6  No.95605

File: 9e0fa9b1073b2d3⋯.jpg (11.27 KB, 425x255, 5:3, g402.jpg)

File: bcfcc8b6704256f⋯.jpg (16.63 KB, 425x425, 1:1, mx518.jpg)

Had a Logitech G402 mouse for over 3 years. About 6 months after I purchased it, it started giving me the double clicking and "randomly releasing the button when holding" bugs. Opened the mouse, did the spring switch fix (putting the spring back into its place is a fucking nightmare btw) and that fixed the problem for over 2 years.

Since a couple of months ago, it started double clicking and drag releasing on its own again. Few days ago I prepared myself and disassembled it to fix the switch again. Was probably even more careful and zealous than the first time to not break anything or touch anything I shouldn't. Put everything back on, and when I went to test it, the pointer didn't move anymore. The buttons responded (and the double clicking was fixed), the leds worked, but apparently the optical sensor was dead (it was working perfectly before). Cleaned the USB connector contacts, opened it up again, used contact cleaner spray and checked the flat cables and wires, cleaned the optical sensor lens with a swab and isopropyl alcohol, nothing worked. My G402 went into the thrash.

All I know is that after this experience and learning how common this problem is with Logitech (also Razer mice from what I've heard), I won't be buying Logitech mice ever again. Especially when their RMA is known to be terrible and these problems usually show up soon after the warranty expires.

Meanwhile, my Logitech MX518 is almost 10 years old now and never had a single issue. It's built like a tank. I wanted to buy another MX518 but it had already been discontinued, that's why I had bought the G402 instead. Apparently the build quality of Logitech mice went down the drain since then.


a201b5  No.95815

>>95304

How the hell did it even get into that stage?

>>95605

>logitech

Well there's your problem. Their products lately have been suspect and pretty much shit.


b2ea81  No.95839

>>95605

I've had mine for about 4-5 years after getting it in a busted box about half-off and it's only just started that clicking and dragging fuckery this year.

Gonna be sweating bullets if it dies on me because every other mouse up there is shit and lights up light a christmas tree.


002d35  No.95840

>>95605

>Meanwhile, my Logitech MX518 is almost 10 years old now and never had a single issue. It's built like a tank. I wanted to buy another MX518 but it had already been discontinued,

My MX518 finally died earlier this year.

>that's why I had bought the G402 instead. Apparently the build quality of Logitech mice went down the drain since then.

The G400/G400s was basically an improved M518 but it's also long out of production. If anyone knows of a chink clone of this exact style with any degree of build quality I'm all ears.


cbc3f2  No.95857

>>95605

my G402 has a wheel that doesn't work anymore. I think its full of cat hair but I have no idea how to get it out. I dont really have tools or the motivation to take it apart either.


cbc3f2  No.95859

>>95857

oh wait my bad its a g502. in any case, garbage wheel. does anyone even bother making a good scroll wheel anymore? my previous mouse before this one clicked down to switch between a free scroll which had a super smooth spin or into a scroll that had some give to it


f44dcd  No.95866

>>95859

Having one myself, I had to do the same and Jesus Christ is it a pain to open. Feels like it's going to break any second trying to pry it and I lost a spring as well, then had to macgyver myself one from a safety pin. You're gonna have to dig in with a cotton bud also. Expect to spend a good hour or two trying to reassemble it with your two hands attempting to keep it all together.

It really is a garbage fucking wheel that gets covered in shit real quick.


cbc3f2  No.95876

>>95866

Dont think I'll be doing that. Rather just toss this thing out for one with a better wheel in the first place. Also less annoying pads and crevices on the bottom that dont get filled with shit constantly. But mouse reviews never take either of these into account, its either dpi which I can look up on my own or "how it feels" which is completely subjective anyways


b358e6  No.96047

>>95815

From what I've been researching, not only Logitech, almost all gaming mice nowadays are cheaply built shit made to barely last through the warranty period.

>>95839

Well if the clicking and dragging becomes unbearable, if it's already out of warranty and the alternative is just throwing it away, you might try fixing it. There are lots of tutorials and yt videos about diy mouse microswitch repair, both times I've tried I mostly followed these two:

http://archive.is/p1dQS

http://archive.is/PEyge

Keep in mind the tutorials make it look easy, but putting the spring back inside the switch properly is a fucking nightmare that if you're like me, it'll require a lot of patience, several tries and a couple of hours.

Maybe because the switch on the G402 is a slightly different model than the ones shown in these tutorials, with a slight different mechanism, and I believe it's much harder to work with than these.

Also, like I said, everything worked fine the first time I did it a few years ago, but this time the surgery killed my G402 optical sensor for some reason. It still fixed the button though

>>95840

>My MX518 finally died earlier this year.

RIP. Best mouse I've ever used.

>The G400/G400s was basically an improved M518 but it's also long out of production.

Improved in features and ergonomy, yes. But even before it started giving me problems, the G402 always felt very flimsy, fragile and cheaply built compared to the MX518. If all Logitech mice are like that now, I'm never buying another again, not after all these problems.

>If anyone knows of a chink clone of this exact style with any degree of build quality I'm all ears.

Same. The more I research, the more I come to the conclusion that gaming mice these days are a meme, they have features but seem to be more fragile and cheaply built than $5 mice. Shit sucks, I don't care about lots of buttons (the standard 3 is good enough for me) but I really like dpi change buttons, even for non-gaming tasks they can be useful sometimes.

>>95857

>>95859

>Having one myself, I had to do the same and Jesus Christ is it a pain to open

I don't know about the G502, but the G402 is very easy and simple to just open (provided you have the proper tools) and put it back, no parts to lose or fall off either. Messing with the button microswitches is a different story, of course.

I've always liked smooth scrolling wheels better, hate these ones that have "bumpy", "clicky", "noisy" scrolls. Usually it's possible to mod wheels into being smooth by opening the mouse and simply removing the mechanism that makes it rough, usually it's some sort of simple spring mechanism.


002d35  No.96054

>>96047

>But even before it started giving me problems, the G402 always felt very flimsy, fragile and cheaply built compared to the MX518. If all Logitech mice are like that now, I'm never buying another again, not after all these problems.

Only major issue I've got is that the cables seem a bit weaker, but then I've only been using it for a few months.

> Shit sucks, I don't care about lots of buttons (the standard 3 is good enough for me) but I really like dpi change buttons, even for non-gaming tasks they can be useful sometimes.

I'm the same other than needing the two thumb buttons. I don't think I could live without them now.


0212ae  No.96081

>>96047

>From what I've been researching, not only Logitech, almost all gaming mice nowadays are cheaply built shit made to barely last through the warranty period.

Same can be said for everything. I still have a headset from the 90's that works better than anything I've got these days.


2675b5  No.96941

>>96081

Would it be worth getting that gear second hand at all if it works so well?


d05ff0  No.97356

How would one setup their computer for innawoods? Asking for a friend in the FBI


d44dad  No.97866

>>97356

You need a generator and presume something to connect to internet.


3ea161  No.99665

>>97356

Well it all depends on what you are taking innawoods anon for how long. You don't want to take shit that can get lost or easily broken. Plus you don't want all the weight to carry.

If you are serious provide more details.


89e08a  No.100329

So say I wanted to purge an old laptop of all incriminating stuff before selling it on, how would I do so? I don't want anyone to find my loli /zoo/ collection


a39d5a  No.100371

>>100329

Create a file that's all zeros that is equal to (or just under) the capacity of the hard drive, pull the hard drive out of the laptop, write the image to the hard drive using your program of choice. Or just open it up, take the actual magnetic disc out and smash it with a hammer and sell it without a hard drive.


b4c671  No.100392


0a2d77  No.100645

>>100329

The only way to know true anal relaxation is to remove the thing but you could do something like >>100371 says. Delete everything aside from the OS and some hueg folder of 'nothing incriminating' then copy/paste said files over and over till you're at capacity then delete, rinse and repeat a few times, the more your grot is written over with other data the less viable it is for recovery, make sure you get every bit you can. Maybe do one of those ludicrous Gutmann deletion passes on the whole thing and then format it and reinstall the OS afresh so there's no chance of anything being found by anyone who isn't CSI-ing the fuck out of it.

I've used a lot of commercial file recovery tools and most are next to useless but the odd one has pulled up an image or two that I thought were long gone, tools that perform multiple pass deletions (essentially scrambling the deleted data in a variety of ways) are handy for getting rid of even those vestiges. An old version of CCleaner should have options for them. What file recovery programs *are* somewhat good at however is fetching old filenames, even if the files themselves are corrupt or unreadable, one can readily pull a list of deleted files from a computer that doesn't use secure deletion every time and if you've got:

>CPgallery_001.jpg to _999

lined up in there there's the outside chance of whoever you sell it to could have it looked over by the bacon squad.

Certainty makes for peaceful blood, I'd say chancing it isn't worth the potential worry, pull it and replace with a cheap/unused one if possible.

>>100371

I tore the magnetic discs of one drive apart with pliers and gusto one afternoon, it was murder on my wrists.


fc8701  No.102130

>>100329

Throw it into a volcano. >>100329


79e90e  No.102142

>>100645

Those things have screws, you trekkie. Just open the cover and burn them to the point where every platter is melting.


01bef5  No.102295

Speaking of pc parts and shit I need a new case fan. Any good brands or just look at the airflow and size?


002d35  No.102317

>>100329

Take the HDD out and stick it in a bucket full of coke. Take it out a day or two later then hit it with a hammer.


094ce4  No.102440

File: 7bd98052cd8cb9e⋯.mp4 (130.91 KB, 440x360, 11:9, oh yeah mister crabs.mp4)

How do you deal with rattling fans? I accomodated all the cables so that they don't touch them but I still keep having noise


002d35  No.102444

>>102440

>How do you deal with rattling fans?

If you've had them for a while I'd replace them. Often it's a sign they're fucked particularly if they were cheap.


9b6a8e  No.102449

>>90176

Electric leafblower and an anti static ESD Brush


6aed18  No.102479

>>102440

How old are they? Have you taken them apart and inspected the blades?


77f1d8  No.103144

>>102440

What do they look like?


e33ff3  No.106830

So my PC is starting to take forever to start up. Is it because it is cold I wonder?


03c280  No.107256

>>102449

You use an Electric Leafblower in case Cannucks come to town.

>>106830

More than likely your fans need cleaned out.




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