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Gene Jockey May 9, 2001 05:50 PM
Motorola 68000 safe for fish?
I just completed my macquarium, and I popped the 68000 processor off of the mobo. Does anyone know what's in this thing? Any heavy metals that can kill my fish? Was gonna throw it in the tank...Just wondering, otherwise I'll drill a hole in it and put in on my keychain. Thanks!

--J
 
gumby5647 May 14, 2001 01:20 AM
do the keychain deal. That sounds really cool. I have a 256k Ram SIMM on my keychain.

I can't wait for the day when i can drill a hole in a G4 and put it on my keychain.......10-20 years from now that is http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/biggrin.gif

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stardoc May 18, 2001 12:43 AM
Oh, what a good idea. I've got some 256k's sitting around too! Keychains, coming up!

stardoc
 
gumby5647 May 18, 2001 01:18 AM
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Oh, what a good idea. I've got some 256k's sitting around too! Keychains, coming up!
stardoc
warning....i would only put One SIMM on the keychain.....i put all four SIMM's on mine once, and that lasted for about 10 mins. http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/biggrin.gif

lets see, what else can we put on a keychain?

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Gene Jockey May 18, 2001 07:30 PM
Thanks... I'm gonna do the keychain deal. I was actually gonna put the RAM from the Plus on my keychain, 'cause I assumed they were 256K modules. But when I popped it open, the resistor was gone, and it turned out they were one meggers. So I put them in my Quadra 900 (now at _20_ megs! Yeah!!)...
 
Cipher13 May 18, 2001 10:17 PM
Hehe, I have a 256K L2 cache chip on my keychain http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/biggrin.gif

And a processor on another one... P1? 486? Can't remember... nice and small.

I don't usually carry them around though...


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bradoesch May 19, 2001 02:58 AM
I'm soon putting some Apple keys on my keychain. They are small and back, and have the Apple logo molded into them. And I have no idea what they were from. They were going to be thrown out, but I got to them first. Anyone have ideas as to what they are for?

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zac4mac May 21, 2001 08:04 AM
I don't have any geeky stuff on my keys, but I have an opened-up P1-90 glued to the monitor of my PC at work. The circuit is nice to look at.
I think a 601 or 604 would look cool with that blue RTV covering the die.

BTW, the 68k chip should be OK for your fish. No heavy metals, just ceramic or plastic & copper/solder.

Hey Brad, I'd like one of those keys. Think of trade/terms.

Z
 
bradoesch May 29, 2001 11:03 AM
Well, you might see this before you get my email.
I'm interested in a trade of some sort.

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capone May 29, 2001 06:22 PM
iv'e got to start digging through my old macs and see what i can put on my keychain.

by the way. it should be safe for fish.

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