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"You probably read the title and said.. what the heck did these idiots make now. :Let me tell you a little story before we get into the meat of things. Once there was this dude that decided to modify his power supply, he removed the covers, cleaned the fan, and checked out his rad power supply. Then he decided he didnt want to put the power supply back into its case cause it looked ugly. He left everything lying about on the floor and plugged it in to the wall. Then he accidently touched the innerds of the PS and it hurt... really bad. The theme of the story is... always unplug the power supply before playing with it, cause if you don't you will get zapped and it will hurt.. really bad. trust me.. the story is about a "friend of mine". Here at we promote safety, so where big rubber boots, and a shiny hat.. cause shiny hats look funny, and safety goggles, cause chix dig guys with safety goggles. I wear mine to the mall all the time. People laugh, im not sure why. I just tell them, "hey you never know.. a flying nathans hot dog from the food court could poke their eye out!!" then i would be laughing. ANYWAY, back to business. We decide to build a project that needed a small power supply, but we didnt want to get a crappy 175w mini power supply, although that would have been the smart choice, cause were cheap bastards. So we built a Power Supply that fits into a pci slot. It doesnt run off the pci slot or anything like that, but the slot helps keep it in place and it looks rad too."

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