NovusBogus wrote:...cheap no-frills Gigabyte 1155 motherboard, crappy no-name powered USB hub, and an old 500W PSU that survived an accident but keeps on chugging. ...
just brew it! wrote:@JohnC - No idea why you think this is a defective capacitor issue, the symptoms don't fit at all.
JohnC wrote:Well, it wasn't me who suspected them in first place...
I seriously thought this was going to be one of those "work from home" spam posts. (ㅇㅅㅇ;)NovusBogus wrote:I got a nice bonus and a fat stack of cash from changing jobs
NovusBogus wrote:My suspicion is likewise on the hub though I would have thought a motherboard would keep its core components more isolated since making any assumptions about connected devices is terrible design practice.
just brew it! wrote:You would think so, but evidence says otherwise. I remember a system I built a few years ago where plugging in a powered hub would cause the rear case exhaust fan to spin slowly even when the system was powered off. WTF.
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