Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
After heat is applied:
Yeah, clock that beast!
Oh yes I forgot.
coat the wires in solder first for a neater joint
did read however that if you do re-heat solder that the join isn't as strong as solder heated up just once but never had issue's personally.
Here is one that I bet hasn't ever come up. Find me a card that is this long!
This is a Digium 24-port phone card with 2 x 4-port modules installed.
Don't stare too long it may hurt your eyes....
hummm... maybe a voodoo 6000
My new Sammy 840 Pro
fish sticks ?? LOL
Sticks for a fish? YEEEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!
I was searching through my archives and found this picture. Even though Danger Den is now gone, I really appreciated them making this block...gave me many years of faithful service across multiple platforms.
Danger Den is gone?
They closed shop few months ago
"Ready for your command!"
I don't think anyone will guess what this thing is.
10Gbps fiber switch? I think I see some dual-personality ports, so most likely a switch of some kind.
I spy a PLX chip as well, so that is what makes me think its 10Gb.
It does have fiber SFP's but not Ethernet.
With the upcoming Blizzard that the northeast US is about to face (and all the emergency messages my phone has been throwing with the Blizzard warnings,) it's always a good plan to have a UPS handy.
Mind doing a roll call so we know what's there?
some silicon and plastic attached to some fiberglass with some stickers on it and aluminum heat sinks. =D
Dates and code on that Micron mem there gives it away, IMHO.
I command you to ship them to me!
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