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Uploaded: 05.03.2010 00:28
Categories: Other Computer Components | Handicrafts

Yoshi - One unfortunate 8800 GTS G80 decided not to work with me anymore, so it has now a new job as a keychain.Used heat gun to remove

One unfortunate 8800 GTS G80 decided not to work with me anymore, so it has now a new job as a keychain.

Used heat gun to remove the chip from PCB and screws to hold it with the frame. The fitting is so tight that I couldn't remove the chip with my bare hands even if I wanted to.

Turned out quite nicely in my opinion.


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26.11.2010 20:50 dyyzit smells nasty when u remove it with a heatgun :| otherwise its nice
06.03.2010 11:11 BenaHThat looks awesome! :) I would like one of these.
05.03.2010 18:20 JipaLooks better than naked chips, but is way too large for my liking.