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Hello, ns was trying to number out what was creating coil-whine, so ns rolled a file and put my ear on my graphics card while working (turned on), and also i accidentally bumped right into it if trying to go under to the power supply! walk that poignant made any sort of damages to the gpu
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Paper will be a non-conductor. Environment-friendly wood is a conductor, but not a very great one (moisture is a pretty large deal). It would be very unlikely the you caused any type of damage in this method. If any kind of damage -- and also it"s probably remote -- if girlfriend hit something v the roll in simply the right place just difficult enough, you may damages something, but again I find that very unlikely.
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Probably not. Paper is an insulator - unless you really bumped that hard and knocked the card out of the socket would certainly there it is in problems.

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Paper will be a non-conductor. Eco-friendly wood is a conductor, but not a very good one (moisture is a pretty huge deal). It would be very unlikely that you caused any type of damage in this method. If any kind of damage -- and also it"s more than likely remote -- if you hit something with the role in just the right ar just hard enough, friend may damage something, yet again I find that very unlikely.