Ram/Pcboard Keychain

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Intro: Ram/Pcboard Keychain

This is a key chain made of ram. In the thinkgeek catalog they had one for like 20 bucks. When you add shipping, its pretty steep for a keychain. And it doesn't even work. The one we are making can still work. Very cheap,easy and a perfect last minute gift.Kids are facinated by them.

Step 1: Get Materials

Here they are:
1 Drill (optional)
1 Old Piece Of RAM
1 Key Ring
1 1/8 in. Drill Bit Or Bigger (optional)

Step 2: Building

Find your RAM. If it has holes on the ends take key ring and put through the holes. You're done. If you want the optional part go to the next step.

Step 3: Optional

Find one of the black chips near the top of the ram. Drill a hole with drill bit and drill. I'm giving 1 to my dad and 1 to my mom.

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    173003

    7 years ago on Introduction

    He and I are both 12. I don't think we really care whether you can repair our stove or not. We are just in it for the fun of it.

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    mikedoth

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Oddly enough these ram sticks are pretty good at cutting open boxes, probably could do for a sharpening then I wonder what it's capable of and how sharp it would stay.

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    Teh_Corbzor

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Here is one i made for my girlfriend as a birthday gift. I drilled two holes, bent up a paper clip then soldered the paper clip ends together so they wouldn't catch or come undone.

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    Dux0r

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I gave this a go too. To be fair, I think you could make these out of pretty much any part of a motherboard. Another suggestion I keep hearing from girls is the same thing but turned into earrings which is almost exactly the same process.

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    Kasaron

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Essentially...it's a funky cyberpunk gift. No function other than being able to say "Oh, there are my keys."

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    baneat

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I build and repair computers, thanks for asking.

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    baneat

    9 years ago on Introduction

    you claim knowledge on computing and static electricity, but you don't know that RAM is volatile and can't be used like a USB stick?

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    zjharvabaneat

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I understand it doesn't work like a usb stick! It is simply a geeky keychain! Its like the computer chip fridge magnets somewhere on here. They're not meant to still be used. You really thought this was supposed to be usable ram? wow

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    baneatzjharva

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I don't intend to use my 256mb stick WHICH HAS BEEN CUT IN HALF and raped with static in my computer with 4GB of faster ram. Wow. flynmad said if you knew how to wire it for USB use, the modules don't work the same way AS THEY'RE volatile.

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    robonut625

    11 years ago

    I made one, but I didn't like how big it is on my keychain, so I cut my stick in half. Still looks cool and is a lot easier to handle.

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    agis68

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I did that as a gift to my ex girlrfriend some about 10 years ago!!!

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    elescape

    10 years ago on Introduction

    yeah you said "The one we are making can still work" well as soon as you touch it you done fried it, hate to tell you that lol.

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    zjharva

    10 years ago on Step 3

    this is a keychain, not a usable ram, of course drilling would kill the chips, i'm 12 years old and i figured that out myself