What to do with Pentium/K6 CPU?

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rkauer

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Be inventive, they may serve for something!

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Ha! I've been using an old 486 as a hair comb for five years now!
 

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@AL: you'll kill the CPU with static electricity, you know?
 

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@AL: you'll kill the CPU with static electricity, you know?

That's ok. It'll still work as a comb :) The biggest problem is bent pins, they make it less-effective as a comb.

Also, the Pentiums make better combs, since they are SPGA packages with higher-density pins. :LOL:
 

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Lovin' the chessboard!

Thinking those same words kiddo.

@ thread

I guess they are only any good as a comb if you have summat to comb. Now taking our Luverly Merlin as an example.....

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....I reckon a chocolate fireguard would be of more use to him. :nod:

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@ JuvUK

Naaa m8. Just re-kindling some old coals. I'm due some pi$$-take-fest or other sometime soon, so I'm getting `em in while I can. :whistle:

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Says the man wearing a balaclava to hide the receding locks! ;)

Ha! I've been using an old 486 as a hair comb for five years now!

Now your forum picture finally makes sense. I think you might have better luck getting the money out of your hair with a real comb mate. :LOL:
 

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But my real face in the AmiBay faces thread shows contrary to my Avatar Pic Harrison. If I was so vain as our dear JuvUK, I'd have a whole sh!t-pile of those rkauer combs to hand. :mrgreen:

Anyway's, back on topic, that hair brush idea could be put on a longer handle to make an ideal back-scratcher.

Kin
 

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But my real face in the AmiBay faces thread shows contrary to my Avatar Pic Harrison. If I was so vain as our dear JuvUK, I'd have a whole sh!t-pile of those rkauer combs to hand. :mrgreen:

Anyway's, back on topic, that hair brush idea could be put on a longer handle to make an ideal back-scratcher.

Kin

me? vain? i'm not vain! just because i'm good looking, funny and charming, doesn't make me vain!:)
 

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Anyway's, back on topic, that hair brush idea could be put on a longer handle to make an ideal back-scratcher.

Well, with this longer handle you can scratch something else too... :whistle:
 

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Well, with this longer handle you can scratch something else too... :whistle:

You must be on about your ankles without bending down then. :whistle:

@ JuvUK

You're such a tart m8, it's un-f'kin believeable. :nod:

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I tell you guys... when you removed the huge fans off them little CPU's

you can have a great meal

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Wow! Improvised CHURRASCO! It is my regional typical meal.

Meat on metal stick or (not used any more) wood sticks, maritime salt (that one in pebble size) cooked over vegetable coal (mineral one is no good for direct contact with food).
 
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