Linksys + Lego

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Jan 19, 2010

Linksys + Lego by Elritha at 12:27 PM (1,389 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. Elritha
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    I always wondered what the word Linksys meant. I've been stealing my next door neighbour's wi-fi connection named Linksys for years now. Got about 8 different things running through that connection, including the laptop bringing you these words [​IMG]
     
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    That is pretty amazing. I love the PC Case also!
     
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    The PC case looks really awesome. 1238 bricks is a lot of pieces for it. [​IMG]
     
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    I guess that would have cost quite a bit to buy all of those from Lego? Even at like 20 pence a piece. Though I would like one myself [​IMG]
     
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    You can also download the plans and read more about it here> http://tfvlrue.wordpress.com/2008/06/25/lego-computer/
     
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    Oh wow, ok thank you. I may take a little look out of curiousity
     
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    i hope the lego will not melt after several uses of the PC due to high temperature.nice idea though.
     
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    Unlikely it'd melt the case, the ambience temperature of a pc case isn't that warm with proper air flow. I have a temp monitor on my own case and it gets to around 22.1 Celsius when idle, and 27-28 when stressed. None of the components that get really warm touch the case directly such as the heatsink of the gpu or cpu.
     
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    This dude really needs a job with Lego. I can see it on the shelf now, build your own PC with Lego.
     

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