Sunday, October 24, 2010

Computer Repairs

As a gamer, there's certainly trouble in paradise when my computer is out of commission. As of now I'm in the process of repairing some bad parts in my machine. I had to replace my Abit i35 pro motherboard  so I was  browsing their site to get into contact with their customer server and I couldn't find a link to it. Sure enough, my friend checks wikipedia and the whole company is out of business. NOWHERE on its perfectly functional website does it mention that the company no longer exists! Check out the site yourself Abit website. The only hint is if you look at the most recent announcement it is from 2008, lol. Anyway, I ended up getting a   GIGABYTE board instead (shown below). Does anyone else think its strange that this company went out of business but they don't even mention it on their website? It seems typing a short announcement would be the least they could do.
Computer Specs:
CPU: Intel quad core 2.93Ghz
PSU: Corsair TX750 watt
HD: Western Digital 10,000 RPM 300gig raptor drive
MoBo: GA-EP43T-UD3
RAM: 8 gigs
Monitor: 23inch LG 1920x1080 2ms
Keyboard: Deck: Legend - green
Mouse: Razer Copperhead


  1. Looks like you have a pretty new computerparts, but you had a Abit MB ?

  2. I wonder why they still pay for the website then, seems random.

  3. That is strange. I had no idea. nice blog, you got a new follower.

  4. Running a pretty similar setup that I have on one of my boxes. I guess since they are out of business no need to be courteous.

  5. Oh lawd Abit is out of business? Well nuts :( Anyway my headphone jack snapped off inside the headphone input in my gaming laptop. This managed to break my studio headphones and now my comp wont play out of speakers. I feel ya.

  6. Good luck for your new PC, I feel you; and after several reparing I bought a Mac.

  7. Looks serious. Thx for the sup, you got mine.

  8. I hate when i have computer issues, replaced a bad power supply this weekend. :D