Build Fest tweaker delivers eighteen PCs minimums on




Three tweakers have the last Saturday a build fest held in which eighteen PCs minimums are made ready for use. Mveijden or Maurice Eijden, the first two systems already provided to people with low income.

That has Van Eijden reported in an update on his Tweak Blog. In addition to the many components that he has been offered in the last period, he could count on physical support of two fellow tweakers in making ready systems. The three have sat a small build fest held in which a total of 22 systems were inspected, of which 18 are already operational.

The other systems are rejected. Of Eijden must indeed still check or complete cabinets also work in conjunction with the accompanying mice, keyboards and monitors. In addition, it must examine whether the systems still have a valid license. Of Eijden further indicates the first two systems have already minimums distributed.

The build fest follow on a recent hardware collection . With that money he wants to build complete PCs and then donate them to Dutch with a low income. The project focuses on people with children who are still in school. Candidates are selected on the need and the project is especially applicable to the region of Nederhorst den Berg.

Tweakers held a similar action in the past itself. In December 2013 a previous Build Fest held. In total, returned to action 277 complete systems that are donated to Leergeld foundation. The action of Van Eijden is a private project where Tweakers is not involved.


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