Anti Static Wristband?
Topic: Case starter problems
July 21, 2019 / By Cleopatra Question:
Hi, it's my birthday tomorrow and i'm getting ram for my laptop (adding 512mb) and an anti-static wristband. BUT what should i connect it to, can i clip it on to my water pipes when cold ??
What case do you mean on a laptop ??? Please Help i'm a starter at this
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Belita | 4 days ago
the case will be fine .... ive never used one and never had a problem ... just touch the case and an outlet cover screw at the same time and you'll be ok and hold components by the edges not the gold fingers .....
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Just connect it to the metal part of your case. To tell you the truth, I've been building computers for at least 8 years now and have never use any anti-static wristband. If you are working in a carpeted area then just touch any metal part of your computer case first before touching any components, this will help you release all the static electricity in your body.
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Any metal object will do, the outside of the pc case is usually the most convenient.
I prefer to self ground & find that the wrist strap gets in the way. You might want to consider a antistatic mat.
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Just clip it to the metal in the case. Its used to make your bodies voltage potential the same as the PCs ground.
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The case will be ok.
Anti-static wristbands are a thing of the past.
As long as you use your head and do not wear wool socks, sweater and do not work on shag carpeting, you should not have a problem.
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