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Old 07-20-2007, 08:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I also bought these:

Newegg.com - Link Depot SCW-10-BU Blue Aluminum screw - Retail

It comes with an amazing 1 year warranty! I sleep better at night knowing my 99 cent investment is protected.
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I purchased some of those on SVC for .49 cents on sale and they have a screwdriver hole as well heh. Some things are hard to lock in without screwing in.
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I purchased some of those on SVC for .49 cents on sale and they have a screwdriver hole as well heh. Some things are hard to lock in without screwing in.
If I ever needed to screw something in real tight I could always file a slot in, it's only made of aluminum. Although I plan on using them for my case and maybe for my hard drive.
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Thumb Screws - Thumb Screws (assorted kinds). And for the memory, Crucial is a better path to go.
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