Videocard Cooking Aid




Introduction: Videocard Cooking Aid

Well I always wanted to do an instructable with magnets but I never had any ideas until now. I had to raid 3 hard drives for the magnets for this project and I think it turned out fine. This magnet is used for holding up books on the fridge for cooking.

Step 1: Get the Materials

3 Hard drives worth of magnets
Gorilla Glue
Obsolete video card

Step 2: Glue First Magnet

Put a small bead of glue on the magnet, then put it on the back of the cars and finally clamp it for 3-4 hours.

Step 3: Glue Second Magnet

Well its the same process as before but don't let sticky magnets go together.

Step 4: Glue Final Magnet

Same steps as before

Step 5: Final Thoughts

As you can see from the previous picture i had to grind some tabs off the middle magnet so to save time use flat magnets only.



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    You shouldn't have used a rage 3d pro! In the words of Indiana Jones: "That belongs in a museum!"

    Umm...I'm sorry if I am missing it, but does this instructable have ANY point?

    yes if you have a small kitchen and you have nowhere to put the book you can put it on the fridge

    Using a video card

    It doesn't matter what you use. It is the fact that there is no point to have a video card.

    OK, you don't like the video card and the network card, use a sound card instead, or a motherboard !! icanryme2002 found it fun to use a videocard and hdd magnet. it's a bit nonsense, it's for for fun !! I'm olivierdemontpellier and i approve this Instructable !

    Why is the video card obsolete ? Oh, wait, it's an ATI.... never mind !! };-)

    oh shut up everyone knows ati pwns nvidia since it is a part of AMD which also pwns

    Derinsleepsays: oh shut up...

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