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Cooling - misc

HR-07 Memory Module Cooler from Thermalright 
While overclocking, proper cooling of memory can make the difference between the computer being stable or not. Manufacturers of high performance memories have added cooling to their higher end memory modules for long time now, but there are also some after market solutions available.
HR-07 Memory Module Cooler from Thermalright
Bluegears Fans 
There are small fans and there are big fans. One can find fans with lights, chrome blades, metallic housing, different colors, automatic speed adjustment and most certainly with different noise levels. In this review we will show you two quite different products that both aim to be very stylish.
Bluegears Fans
ThermoHawk 400 
Touchless thermometer with small dimensions and clear display.
ThermoHawk 400
Super Flower Fan Master 
Four Channel Fan Controller.
Super Flower Fan Master
Cooler Master Aerogate II 
Case and device fan adjustment with style.
Cooler Master Aerogate II
Cooler Master's Musketeer 
Very stylish multifunction panel with analog meters.
Cooler Master's Musketeer

 
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Robot got updated. Now it has a aluminum body instead of plywood, new motors (360 degree hacked standard servos and also the circuit boards are stripped off to allow direct control with a H-bridge), new tires and a wireless webcam (unfortunately not my own, just for testing).

The "brain" is the same old ATmega8 -board as it was in the old robot, also the bump and IR proximity sensors are the same. I attached a wireless keyboard+mouse receiver to control the robot with a keyboard (the operating range with this set is quite small, but it is still quite funny to control it with a keyboard). Don't mind about the big pile of wrapped wire coming from the receiver, because it is for testing purposes at the moment (I'm looking for another set of wireless keyboard+receiver so I can modify the receiver to have a better antenna and a shorter cable between the receiver and microcontroller).

At the moment it has two 9V batteries (one for the camera and the other is for the 5V regulator for the electronics) and four rechargeable AA cells for the motors.

EDIT: And it can wander around autonomously and avoid obstacles (well, atleast most of them)3 led flashers.
Smallest one is still too big.
my first casemodFinally Finished

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