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In Pictures: 40 Of The Dirtiest PCs You've Ever Seen

An Open Lid

Our first lid! Dust filters really do help – if they’re cleaned every once in a while.

A Massive Lid

Another lid. This time it’s quite a bit larger.

Alienware

The fine threads of the silkworm make this PC the ideal setup for some extra income on the side. This is the way to become a textile manufacturer in only five years without any help from a job agency.

Ripped Off Lid

A third front-panel cover! At least the grey color hides the germs.

Picture-In-Picture

This CPU cooler is guaranteed to not cool your processor.

On The Periphery

Vintage peripherals.

Poor Kermit

This could’ve been a nice dish for someone adventurous: the perfectly fried frog.

Choosy

It’s plain to see which letters and numbers the user doesn’t touch very often.

Building Terraces

Is it metal? Plastic? Polychlorinated biphenyl? It's all dust to me.

Pretty Colors

Who says that PC dust always has to be grey? Maybe that’s just a passing fad.

  • kenh536
    *goes and cleans PC*
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  • Gelid03
    Very funny article and a little disturbing
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  • iron8orn
    haha a dead frog..
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  • huilun02
    Looks like time to get a new P̶C̶ user.
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  • Nuckles_56
    Wow, these pictures just show how robust the hardware actually is if it can survive this kind of treatment
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  • gofasterstripes
    *Puts down breakfast*
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  • Tynidik
    Pukes and panics at every electronic item in house... So many machines So little time!
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  • junkeymonkey
    looks like the everyday stuff folks bring to me and say '' can you fix this ?? it just stopped working for no reason ''
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  • CAaronD
    Who needs custom case mods when you have this? ... This ... Desert themes are no longer required because you already have a desert inside your PC.
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  • junkeymonkey
    true I hear the 220w fx 9000 chips can make for excellent pop corn poppers just replace thermal paste with cooking oil and your good to go ...
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