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Casemods, graphics card mods, display soldering instructions, etc.! On these pages instructions for Casemods, LCD solder instructions, GLCD soldering instructions, How to build IR receivers, electronics instructions, videocard mods and much more !

20×4 and 20×2 LCD display DIY guide

The new soldering guide with two different pinouts… What’s the sense in putting a display in your PC… It’s up to your own how you use the display, shall it be for displaying song tiles, indication of DVD, VideoCD, or musicCD-titles, for showing the data of mainboard monitoring programms like Mainboard Monitor to have the temperatures or the speed-o-meter in the eye angle, to represent different gamestats,for showing the up- and/or downloadspeed of the internet or network connection or just … Continue reading 20×4 and 20×2 LCD display DIY guide

20×4 LCD display DIY guide

The wire has to be soldered to the 20×4 rows display like this… In order that nothing can go wrong i indicate all colors. Pin1 black and ground, Pin2 red, Pin3 grey, Pin4 green-brown, Pin5 blue, Pin6 brown, Pin7 yellow-brown, Pin8 green, Pin9 yellow-white, Pin10 pink, Pin11 grey-brown, Pin12 purple, Pin13 green-white, Pin14 yellow, Pin15 blue-red, Pin16 white. That’s it! Here is the pinout of the other side of the display. And here is a picture of the finished display … Continue reading 20×4 LCD display DIY guide

20×2 LCD DIY guide

The wire has to be soldered to the 20×2 rows display like this… In order that nothing can go wrong I indicate all colors. Pin1 black and ground, Pin2 red, Pin3 grey, Pin4 green-brown, Pin5 blue, Pin6 brown, Pin7 yellow-brown, Pin8 green, Pin9 yellow-white, Pin10 pink, Pin11 grey-brown, Pin12 violet, Pin13 green-white, Pin14 yellow, Pin15 blue-red, Pin16 white. The allocation is in the theory the same as with a normal single-line allocation, however the pins are count different – Pin … Continue reading 20×2 LCD DIY guide

Self-made USB infrared receiver to remote control your PC

Self-made USB infrared receiver to remote control your PC Succeeding the infrared receiver for the serial port I would like to present to you a very special instruction, which leads you to possession of an IR receiver fro the USB port. USB is unfortunately a bit more complicated than serial … Admittedly it is not as easy as the use of the serial port, because the USB port needs special drivers to run. Thus we need some kind of firmware, … Continue reading Self-made USB infrared receiver to remote control your PC

When the cooler doesn’t fit onto your board because of a tall capacitor!

What to do if the heatsink does not fit on the Mainboard, just because an electrolytic capacitor is beneath the socket and prevents an attachment of a bigger heatsink or a capacitor beneath the AGP slot prevents you to put your brandnew Geforce 4 card in the AGP slot ? In my example it was the alpha PAL 8045 heatsink which has prepared some problems on the ENMIC 8TCX+ Obviously, you can treat on the one hand the ventilator with … Continue reading When the cooler doesn’t fit onto your board because of a tall capacitor!

Redaktion ocinside.de Casemod Gallery

The ocinside.de Casemod Gallery was developed a few years ago and receives constantly new pictures from enthused PC Modder. More than 300 Casemod pictures were added today, so that one can admire momentarily over 1000 pictures with detailed description of most Mods.

Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions

The new LCD acrylic glass holder … Here’re the reasons for the new acrylic glass display holder … The 20×4 LC(D) display whether in blue/white or violet/green are exactly the best for each PC, where they can be used for a j-box (HiFi PC project), or you would like to use them with a normal PC. It is really unbelievable what LCD displays can show you with new LCD programs like e.g. JaLCD or Smartie – temperature, utilization of the … Continue reading Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions

Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions without the black front

The assembly of the acrylic glass display holder without front screen… First of all remove the internal protective plastic film from the acrylic glass holder, because you cannot take it easy off after the assembly. The outside protective plastic film can remain up to the end of the assembly on the acrylic glass holder, but if you work carefully you can directly take it off. Here you see a pic from the acrylic glass holder without plastic film … Here’s … Continue reading Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions without the black front

Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions with the black front

The assembly of the acrylic glass display holder with black screen … First of all remove the inner protective plastic film from the acrylic glass holder, because you cannot take her easy off after the assembly.The outside protective plastic film can remain up to the end of the assembly on the acrylic glass holder, but if you work carefully you can directly take it off. Here you see a picture from the acrylic glass holder without plastic film … Then … Continue reading Acrylic LCD Display holder assembly instructions with the black front

Build your own LC-Display older

This LCD display self mounting instruction has not so much to do with overclocking but it made fun to me to install and set up the display so that I don?t want to withhold it from you. (LC display would be the right expression as it is called already Liquid Crystal Display, but it sounds strange to me) What is finally shown on the display and if you mount the display in a 5 ¼ ” front blind of the … Continue reading Build your own LC-Display older