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Beware of Made in China products!!

How can a motherboard fail on a computer that has moderate use and is taken care of.

Bad luck or no bad luck....it's ridiculous!

BEWARE!
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Well, pretty much everything is made in China so if we all beware nobody would have anything electronic. Electronics fail all the time and just because you took care of it doesn't mean it won't fail.

Time to get your tablet and pencil out again I guess.
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Perhaps a little context might help in discussing your assertion.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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things fail. just cause they are made in a place does not decrease the longevity of the product. its how they are made. but when it comes to electronics it can just be a bad batch of them or they just fail.

not trying to argue but thats what it is.

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