Turning your Flash Destroyer into a clock

Posted on Monday, January 9th, 2012 in hacks by DP

Ok, so you burned all the memory chips you had around, and now a nice 7-digit display is standing on your desktop just taking up space. This hack turns your unused Flash Destroyer into a clock using a real time clock IC and some spare logic.

Via the forum.

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