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office [Building a Better NVME Heatsink]
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office [Repairing a Broken PCI Bracket]
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 The design is rather simple and consists of an LCD strip and a step-up converter from $5V$ to $12V$ in order to allow the light to be powered via an USB connector. The design can be improved, perhaps by adding an UV light instead of the LCD strip in order to be able to see damages to the board due to capacitor leaks. The design is rather simple and consists of an LCD strip and a step-up converter from $5V$ to $12V$ in order to allow the light to be powered via an USB connector. The design can be improved, perhaps by adding an UV light instead of the LCD strip in order to be able to see damages to the board due to capacitor leaks.
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 +====== Repairing a Broken PCI Bracket ====== 
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 +Using some magic putty and a Dremel, a broken PCI bracket can be repaired and seems to hold up to the torque exerted by the screw holding the PCI card in place. 
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 +{{fuss:fuss_hardware_repairing_pci_bracket_inner_view.png?512}} 
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 +The trick is to combine the two substances found in the magic putty and then wait for approximately 12 hours for the curing. 
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 +{{fuss:fuss_hardware_repairing_pci_bracket_side_view.png?512}} 
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 +After the putty has cured, a Dremel can be used to saw off the excess material and drill a hole for the screw to hold the PCI card in place. 
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 +====== USB Pinout ====== 
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 +{{fuss:fuss_hardware_usb_pinout.png}}

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