Creative Ways To Open Beer With Computer Hardware
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 22 September 2007. Page 4 of 6. 3 Comments

Of all the hardware used, the RAM was definitely the easiest and had got the bottle opened in under a minute. But the attributes of the RAM we had used largely comes into play. At hand was the OCZ Reaper HPC DDR2 memory, which supports a RAM heatsink with a heatpipe conduit connected to a series of fins. We used this heat pipe conduit and series of fins to our advantage. We were able to align it properly where forcing the cap off was very easy with enough force. Though as the heatpipe is only glued to the RAM's heatsink, it ended up breaking off and then we used the heatpipe itself. The key reason for using this RAM will be explained in a future article.

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