Re: opteron 146 thoughts on motherboards

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On Sunday 08 January 2006 06:23pm, Robert L Cochran wrote:
> I stand corrected over the memory, then. I've also changed my 3-pin PLED
> connector to a 2 pin configuration as suggested earlier simply by
> pulling one pin out and putting it in the middle position of the
> connector shell. I hadn't realized one can do that. Now my power LED
> works. I'm starting to wonder how to crimp those little connectors for
> other electronics projects.

Ah, that brings back memories...those days gone by when I used to make 
thick-net cables.  :)

No, thank you...I don't want to go back and you can't make me do it.  :)

Realistically, it's not that hard, but you want to get the right tools if 
you're going to do it more than once.  Years ago, I got down to 30 minutes 
per thick-net cable, with the good crimping tool designed for those pins.

Any reasonable electric supply store will be able to help you, and show you 
how to make the crimps.
Lamont R. Peterson <lamont@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Senior Instructor
Guru Labs, L.C. [ ]

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