Creative Ways To Open Beer With Computer Hardware
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 22 September 2007. Page 3 of 6. 3 Comments

The graphics card opening was a success, but using an Intel processor was not. We had used an Intel Socket 479 CPU, which is rather weak, but perhaps using a newer LGA-771/LGA-775 processor would have proved to be a success. With the Socket 479 CPU we first smashed down the pins to prevent from excruciating pain in the hand and fingers. After there was a relatively flat surface to work with, it was attempting to use it as a beer opener. However, with the Intel Socket 479 part being too brittle, we hadn't made any success in opening the beer but only in chipping the processor.

Next up was a USB mouse. Well, the USB connector and cable on the mouse. This was also another challenge but in the end it worked out. We used the USB connector to work on loosening the cap and then the cable was used to wrap around the head of the Heineken bottle and ultimately worked to pop off the cap.



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