Linked by David Adams on Mon 5th Jul 2010 17:21 UTC, submitted by Mr.Manatane
Hardware, Embedded Systems The story was first reported by The New York Times, which stated that Dell employees were aware that the approximately 11.8 million affected computers might break or cause fires, but were instructed to downplay the problems when talking to customers.
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RE: This is pretty sad
by woegjiub on Mon 5th Jul 2010 22:45 UTC in reply to "This is pretty sad"
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Why not roll your own?
It is not hard.... You simply need to head to an online PC store, buy a case/CPU/MoBo/GPU/PSU/RAM/HDD/Optical drive, and voila!
When the parts arrive, putting it together is so easy that a monkey could do it.

If it is difficulty in selection of parts which work together, basically all one needs do is select the correct MoBo socket for their CPU, and get a PSU with enough wattage for their GPU.... Not exactly hard, I would argue it is easier than trawling through the convoluted websites of Dell et all.

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