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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-17-2007, 05:46 PM - Thread Starter
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i have 4 of them to give out for free. straight out of a 486i setup. ultimate geek upgrade for your keys.




just pay shipping and the first 4 get them.

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too big, Ive been trying to make my pocket keys as small as possible.

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you want me to break one in half?

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you want me to break one in half?
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you know whats a good idea for key chains, is old CPUs... you de-pin them and drill a hole 1/4in from the edge... they have to be the silicon ones though, no ceramic like durons, certain celerons, or pentium 1 and before. -i made one from the GPU of a radeon 9800pro... it was kinda cool.

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yeah, i've been trying to drill a 486 with no luck. i have some socket 7 pentiums and k6-ii's and iii's.

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very cool

I'll have to do this sometime
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I just made a keychain of my 8800gts, pretty big but I won't loose my keys thats for sure.

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