What's the last bit of hardware you've had die? 🖥

Like the title asks, what’s the last bit of hardware that’s failed on you? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: Can be anything, not just limited to PC hardware :smiley:

For me it’s an OCZ Vector 150 - 480GB SSD! :angry: In a work context I’ve seen about a million and OCZ SSD failures… :roll_eyes: But one just failed in my work PC! Looks like it’s time to jump onto the RMA team with yet another request for a replacement. Yay :joy:

There’s a long list of unfortunate failures but that was the most recent! Would be interesting to hear failure stories from everybody else :smiley:

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My phone screen, it just cracked all by itself, didn’t drop it, honestly!

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MacBook Pro 2016 but I luckily got it replaced :stuck_out_tongue:

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A cat scarer. I’m not sure if it ever worked, but it’s completely FUBAR now.

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My computers motherboard. Kept shutting off randomly, which I thought was the graphics card, then it just failed to boot. Used it as an excuse to upgrade my CPU.

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Haha I’m not sure whether there’s sarcasm there or not, did you actually drop it? :joy:

Oh, I’ve seen them. They’re the “possessed of evil spirits” type-screens.

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It can stay cracked until I replace with a note9 next month !

Or wait for pixel 3 xl

You must let us know if it suddenly becomes uncracked. It just seems like you’ve no real control over this thing…:flushed:

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It’s android Samsung so will self destruct the screen or battery :wink:

The last bit of tech I had break was probably my old Fitbit Charge HR. It just started falling apart. I was on my 2nd replacement under warranty.

I think it was a known issue with the bands, although they refused to acknowledge it as an issue.

My new monitor from Amazon has unfortunately developed a small, but annoying mark behind the screen.

Because it was a prime day purchase, they’re out of stock. So I have to RMA it through Acer :roll_eyes:. I’ve opened the ticket but I’m giving Amazon a few weeks to get more stock before going through the faff.

Would they not give you a refund - or were you attached to that particular model?

I imagine they would - but it’s Prime day prices. Refund and rebuy will be more expensive

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Yep, what @danbeddows said, the price to rebuy elsewhere would be £100-200 more.

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Fair enough, hopefully it’s not a widespread issue!

It’s not, it’s just an annoyance! :joy:

3TB HDD, four years old. Currently trying to scrape the data off it! Everything important is backed up, so it’s just an inconvenience, but having to re-rip the CD collection would be annoying!