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DIY smartphone stand - VIA chipset is now efficient !
posted January 27 2012 11:22.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I am an intel guy, i know that this is not to be proud of, but since i use a PC as a plain end-user and since overclocking happens in my PC only through youtube, intel is a good solid solution for me. One thing that we all must agree though, is the superiority of intel chipset against via chipset. Viktor came to prove that via chipset is not totally rubbish! He used one along with a couple of PCBs that he kept i his trash-bin to make a neat geeky smartphone stand.



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Tags: diy   pc related   geek   smartphone;   tips   crazy designs   creative   
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  • At 28 January 2012, 23:55:09 user Panagiotis Kalogeris wrote:   [reply @ Panagiotis Kalogeris]
    • ha ha very funny byt i thought that via chipsets were installed for years to the majority of pc's maybe i was wrong!.












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