JSI Hardware has thrown together a guide to building your own Pee Cee. To those of you still daunted by the prospect, I say: read this little article. There's not much to it, but then again, screwing together your own PC ain't exactly rocket science itself.
Of course, here am I lecturing, when I managed to fry a perfectly good BH6 this weekend--the DamageBox original, in fact--with what I can only surmise was a phantom static-electric shock. Doh! Now you know why it's called Damage Labs. Time for a Viking funeral.
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