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Old 12-05-2015, 06:28 AM
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Post How Can I Discharge Static Electricity In My Case's Window?

I use Graphite 760T and I think side panels are electrically charged so they attract dust. Even if I wipe it, dust cling to them. Because of that, I have to discharge them. How can I do that?
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try using a dryer sheet, short of that try
Thinking about combining 2 or more sets of ram?? even the same part# is not suggested, recommended or supported.

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