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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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Mini sized portable speaker. 3" tangband full range, approx. 100-20000hz and 10watts amplifier powered with 8x rechargeable AA batteries.:)
This is my desk pc.  It is custom built from MDF.  I completed it last August and it is virtually silent in operation.

Specs 

3000xp Athlon with modified typhoon cooler
80GB Hard drive, elastic mounted.
GForce 2 128mb Hard Drive with TT passive cooler
11G wireless network card
Audigy sound card.
DVD drive

The whole desk is custom made by my fair hand and designed to give an illusion of space in the room.  The front  is dressed in fabric.

More DIY photography stuff, this time a better version of the off shoe flash cord I did last year.

I wanted a flash cord for my camera that would have all the four pins to get all the information between the camera and the flash to go right. I didn't want to pay about 60 for a commercial one that has just two connectors and a cable so I decided to make it myself. The commercial one looks like this:
http://www.paramountcords.com/prodimages/shortsc28.jpg

First I started by cutting and shaping a piece of 1 mm thick aluminum to get a body for the flash shoe and after that I started building the connection part of it on a prototyping board (dot coppered). After all that was done I assembled them together and filled the hole thing with hot glue to give it some strength (I could have used epoxy for better strenght but didn't have any at hand). The tripod mount is done from a 4 mm thick piece of aluminum and then drilled and threaded.

Camera side of the thing is done from various pieces of plastic superglued together. I got the springs and studs from an old flash shoe adapter.

The connectors are PS/2 connectors (or mini-din, used in keyboards etc). I left the cables that short because I can use a normal PS/2 extension cable with this. Cost for this project was 0 (all the material I used were found by looking around the apartment) so now I can use the saved money to something else useful. :)

Bigger photo here:
http://flickr.com/photos/akeeh/2098252889/

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