Ontopic Random Computer-Electronics Thread

fly

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@gee @Domon Unless you guys see a reason not to, I'm just going to grab this power board today.


It matches the exact part number on the board in the TV (ADTVF1925AB1).
 

fly

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Also, in the 100TB club now.

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Valve1138

I like the AB in the GB
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One of my WD Black nvme's croaked yesterday afternoon.

I was downloading Cyberpunk 2077 off Steam and got write errors, then the PC froze and reboot and the nvme disappeared from the BIOS.

Usual troubleshooting didn't work. So off to WD it goes for RMA. Wasn't even a year old yet and was only 30% full.
 

fly

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One of my WD Black nvme's croaked yesterday afternoon.

I was downloading Cyberpunk 2077 off Steam and got write errors, then the PC froze and reboot and the nvme disappeared from the BIOS.

Usual troubleshooting didn't work. So off to WD it goes for RMA. Wasn't even a year old yet and was only 30% full.
fuuuu that sucks
 

Domon

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when flash fails, it fails HARD. spinning disks usually gave you a warning or failed intermittently. Flash is gone all at once.
 
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fly

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@gee @Domon Unless you guys see a reason not to, I'm just going to grab this power board today.


It matches the exact part number on the board in the TV (ADTVF1925AB1).
Whelp. Seems it wasn't the power board. #FML