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Just made a nice key ring





Just cut all the pins off with a razor blade and drilled a hole right through it
 

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I really want to do that too. I was intending to do it with my 5870 when it broke, but I got a brand new one instead, which is probably better in the end.
 

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Wow, it only took a razor blade to mow all the pins down? Pretty fragile.
 

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How long did it take to get through the heatspreader?
Well all 478 cpu's already have the hole there. So i just drilled though the hole into the PCB and it went through easy


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Wow, it only took a razor blade to mow all the pins down? Pretty fragile.
Yep, i used a stanley knife blade. i followed this tutorial
http://www.overclockersclub.com/guid...eychain_guide/
 

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Hopefully it was a crappy version cause i could have upgraded with that!


you think of smoothing out the pin stubble and round off the corner closest to the hole so it moves around the key ringer easier.
 

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Hopefully it was a crappy version cause i could have upgraded with that!

you think of smoothing out the pin stubble and round off the corner closest to the hole so move around the key ringer easier.
It was a 2.26Ghz Celeron D

yea i will do that later
 
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