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    air compressor VS mobo?

    Should i use my aircompresser blaster thing on my mobo or not?
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    Compressed air is fine
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    this is a super size one...my dad owns a workshop...so im afraid of blowing something off
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    its crazy
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    lol im not so sure then, by the sounds of that, it doesnt sound like a tool designed for the cleaning of mobos
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    haha i used it on the fans and you could here the fan going lould...ill give it a try
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedemario17 View Post
    its crazy
    Maybe stand on the other side of the room? j/k well kinda
    does this thing say what kinda psi it puts out (or however the pressure would be measured)

    Just buy a can of compressed air for 3 bucks and not say opps when transistors start flying around the room?

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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    your braver than me, if theres a low power mdoe I think this could be the time to use it
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    no its just a 50 foot air thing....like a power washer...but air
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    Re: air compressor VS mobo?

    lol I know waht you mean now, you are truely crazy
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