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I would like to dedicate this thread to the most horrible pictures of dead caps you guys can find ;):D Just to scare these guys, who think that "this can never happen to them" ;) Let's start with HP Pavilion machine pic. TMS 1500uF caps, machine shutting down in 30 sec after power on:

 

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Frankly I would not dare to turn it on... Picture from Carcenomy user on TechPowerUp forums ;)

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Klara's PC (Morphs frield, girl - but nto girlfriend :) ), Eurocase PSU - Hec caps:

 

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ATX Winner PSU, type PB300-A4S, courtesy by HoNY

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CapXon caps rulez :D

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Bulging sligtly and leaking Vent cap, and some nonstandard inferior Fuhjyyu caps - 1650uF 16V? OMG!
Much to my surprise, the CapXon . caps are used in Fortron PSUs:
http://www.svethardware.cz/art_doc-0484A36...amp;Highlight=0 :D:rolleyes:;)

I just photographed JetWay V400DB caps. I think everyone will like the sight :D

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6 pieces of GSC 2200uF 6.3V :)

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haha, sweet! God, where the hell does tazwegion hide when all this retro stuff is coming into OCC since Trodas joined?

 

nice finds, I hope to add my pics here soon ;)

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Thats a lot of wasted blue smoke. Think of those overworked wizards.

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Let's start with HP Pavilion machine pic. TMS 1500uF caps, machine shutting down in 30 sec after power on:

hppaviliontmscapsqx0.jpg

Let's have another shall we?

 

A 513w-b:

 

However mine's still able to fold 24/7

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trodas... how did you develop your cap fetish?

 

Its not a bad thing, I'm just curious (I'm going to school next year to be a computer engineer so I'll be doing similar stuff).

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Can these be cleaned? How do they get all filthy?

No. They get dirty because they are leaking, IE: bad.

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