>>52688109 It was one of those long shallow cuts where not much blood b came out unless you move the skin in a position where v it opens. No blood on the MoBo fans or CPU or anything but some left of the v fins and a drop or two on the center of the hinge thing that you screw on to mount it.
Sliced 3 of my fingers wide open on bare sheet metal when working in an ultra-poor build for a co-worker. This was the kind of case that was like $15 including a "500w" power supply. The expansion slot covers weren't even held in by thumbscrews. They were like tack welded in place. You had to rip them off. Blood EVERYWHERE. I actually had to take the pc apart and blow the pcie slots out with compressed air because I dripped blood on the motherboard and didnt know if blood was conductive.
I cut my finger in a cpu fan while it was working(stupid yeah?) because some piece of a sticker fell ik it and made noise i i tried to take it out. Another thing that happened to me is with molex plugs (almost destroy pc when i took it out) and the 24 pin connector in a small case (i made some cuts on my wrist)
Had a deep cut on one of my first cases' HDD enclosures, it was a cheap case and the drive got stuck, cut myself right above the nail on my index finger, flesh was literally hanging by a small thread of flesh, put it back together quickly tried to stop the bleeding and put a bandaid on top. Now I got a massive scar above my nail that actually goes in to the section where the nail connects to the top skin, I think the nerves got damaged because I can barely feel anything in the area behind the scar, but it seems to have regenerated properly beyond that.
>>52687983 Yep, really bad. When I was 6 the sysadmin at my school used to give me old PC parts to look at and use, littles did he know I took them home to smash them up. One day he gives me his 1000w psu and says "this is actually mine but its broken so you can have it" >OH BOY >go home >unscrew housing >go to snip off capacitor >receive the worst ectric shock I've ever felt >have to go to hospital to make sure my heart wasn't fucked Dad taught me about capacitors when he got home later, was mad at mum who didn't distinguish that PSUs are dangerous. I continued to collect and break it guys stuff and eventually pretended to build a pc from the stuff, I never snapped any of the sticks or boards so the connections were intact enough to figure out where shit went. A year later from that experience the it guy started actually teaching me about computers. And so my love for computers began.
>>52691329 >I once stamped on a wireless router so hard it got stuck in my foot why would you stamp on something barefoot? why was your router on the floor within stamping distance? why would you ever have a wireless router on the floor?
>>52691437 I wasn't barefoot, it went through my sock. really fucking hurt. There were 9 copper pins on the router as a sort of heat sink for a chip which protruded about 2cm. Because there were 9 of them, they held on really tight, and we though something hook shaped had gone in, and so we couldn't just pull it out and had to get it x-rayed to see what it was that was stuck.
FYI: the router still worked for a few days when we got back.
>>52687983 Rammed a screwdriver in my hand, that was probably what hurt the worst, followed by a dropped screen on my foot because the handle of the box it was in broke. What lasted the longest was a burn by molten glass, although that was more /sci/ and not /g/ related. The most dangerous was an electric shock.
Cuts on sharp edges and burning myself with my soldering iron also happen quite regularly.
I slicrd my finger open while replacing a hot swappable SAS drive on a DL380. It's the newer Gen 8 design with the small form factor drives. The leaver is sharp apparently. I clipped my finger tip on it and didn't notice I cut myself until I saw blood on the floor.
>>52687983 >I fell over my cable management today and sprained my ankle What the fuck? If your cables are managed they should be out of the way. If you tripped over your cables then clearly your cables weren't managed.
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