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Written on April 12th, 2006 by | 9 Comments

Rackmount your Computer Gear

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rackmount your computer gear

Engadget shows us how to save desk space and rackmount our computer gear on the cheap (less than $40). Their setup looks a little cramped for my liking but apparently it works.

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  1. For people who run servers in their basements or limited space, this is a great setup for racking computers. Make sure that if you set this up in the basement or a small closed room to include a fan that is linked to a temperature monitor to come on when the temperature gets too hot. I fried a few servers in my day and it is no fun putting it all back together again. Great post.

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  2. Good point Richard and thanks for dropping by.

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  3. This will definitely help me organize my hardwares. Looks also very stylish. I’ll recommend this rack to my clients. great share :)

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  4. thks for sharing

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  5. Nice idea. This will surely make everyone’s computer desk tidy and neat.

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  6. Holy CRAP! Less than 40 bucks how did I never know about this.

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    Reply by: blogbloke at 2:23 am said...

    @Chris, @gladys, @slavezero, @vivek, @richard .. glad you all like it and thanks for dropping by.

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  8. @Chris, @gladys, @slavezero, @vivek, @richard .. glad you all like it and thanks for dropping by. http://cli.gs/921Be

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