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Guide The Smallest Jumper Switch Ever

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Malvolio, 19 Jun 2004.

  1. Colonel Sanders

    Colonel Sanders Minimodder

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    Hmm... It's only hooked up to 5V, I don't know any easy way to get 3V from an AT (or even ATX) PSU (does AT even use 3V?). That and the jumper's seem to be randomly changing the LEDs, I had hoped it'd be more like X jumper turns on X LED...

    L J
     
  2. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    well the orange lines are 3.3v. Perhaps the one use of an AUX line is that spare 3.3v one for powering LEDs :)

    As for green LEDs going orange... that just sounds bizarre.... and an LED would certainly die before giving off noticible heat.
     
  3. Malvolio

    Malvolio .

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    All of them take 5v, your not over powering it :p And yes, the resistor's do get very hot (don't quite know why, but they do). The LED's shouldn't though, unless you've got a setup with the resistor mounted inside the LED housing. And yes, the jumpers do preattymuch randomly turn on/off the LED's :p Try hooking up a turbo switch (or put a jumper over two pins where it should be), it will usualy make it work properly ;) (IE the jumpers seem more logical).


    And D B, thanks for editing your post :thumb: Much cheers.
     
  4. I'm_Not_A_Monster

    I'm_Not_A_Monster Hey, eat this...

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    does anyone else think it's a modern art masterpeice?

    see? americans can have humor that doesn't invole poop.













    hehehehe... poop :)
     
  5. Atarax

    Atarax What's a Dremel?

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    neato. i can think of a couple times i could have used one of those. especially when trouble shooting different PC components and i dont feel like putting it all inside a case and attaching all those bull mularky wires. i hafta make one of these...or burn the house down with the soldering iron in the process. :rock:
     
  6. Malvolio

    Malvolio .

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    If you do burn your house down, get a picture.
     
  7. funkymunky

    funkymunky Guest

    could get really cocky and add a bit of shrinking to make it look nice and tidy. But tidyness is something you guys arnt used to isnt it :hehe: :naughty:
     
  8. Malvolio

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    "Ti-Dey"??? Whats that? :lol: Nah, seriously, didn't have any when I made it, otherwise yeah I would of put some on. Good idea though.
     
  9. jaguarking11

    jaguarking11 Peterbilt-strong

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    POOP :D :D :D :hehe: :hehe: :hehe:
     
  10. ¿þŘΩĐĮĢΫ?

    ¿þŘΩĐĮĢΫ? What's a Dremel?

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    again G-nomne is Australian not American, read the thread
     
  11. jaguarking11

    jaguarking11 Peterbilt-strong

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    Dosent matter. The dude that quoted him stated that americans laugh at the word POOP and I agreed by laughing with him. Look at my avantar I am American and LOVE POOP jokes :D :D :D :D :D :D
     
  12. Malvolio

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    Well, to prove a point (and to be a prick) I present to you, the funniest american joke ever:

    What did the one poopy poop pooper say to the other poopy poop pooper?

    I'm gonna poop you poopy poopity poo poo poop!

    [/cheese]




    I'm happily drunk :D
     
  13. I'm_Not_A_Monster

    I'm_Not_A_Monster Hey, eat this...

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    dude, you should go on tour! you'd be great
     
  14. jaguarking11

    jaguarking11 Peterbilt-strong

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    Agreed.
    You could be the PooP master comedian.

    POOP :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :D
     
  15. Endoxus

    Endoxus What's a Dremel?

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    Been around this place for a while, and although i don't write much (kinda obvious from my post count :D ) i have found this thread the best ever :hehe: , i guess it takes an aussie to understand an aussie, so g-gnome, great joke, keep them up, make us aussies proud.

    Goodbye from downunder!

    BTW i have lived in england and USA for over 6 months each and i can honestly say that aussies have the best sense of humour!!!!!!! maybe bit-tech shoud start a joke thread or something

    oh, yeh.....and back to the mod!
     
  16. Who_me_33

    Who_me_33 What's a Dremel?

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    Um, would it work as a cmos reset switch?

    I think that if you were to use it as a cmos reset switch, it would need to be normaly closed. Just a thought, as the jumper is normaly closed. Or is there a way to use a normaly open switch.
     
  17. bozo

    bozo What's a Dremel?

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    hey, regarding them pics.
    i personally feel that if u take the pics from further away without the component occupying the whole cam screen with macro, at a high res, u would be able to get a decent image of the component which u can then crop down. just my 2 cents worth cos i tried it and works a treat!

    no offence whatso ever here, just offering some useful suggestions :D
     
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