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August 13, 2010

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It wasn't just Dells - several PCs I built with Abit motherboards were affected with bulging capacitors. The root cause reads like a Tom Clancy plot: http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/leaking-capacitors-muck-up-motherboards

Thanks for the info and the link, Dylan! I hope the capacitors didn't ruin your PCs.

I think Dell needs to rethink it’s business model, PC's are a dying product so they should “boldly go” where they haven’t been before; like Cisco
http://bit.ly/aSmqo2

To Ryan, I am wondering what the "Cisco" is?
If PC is dying, what's the next generation then? If cloud computing is the way to go, then Dell's performance in selling servers is one of the best.

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