Any one know what this clip is?

  Graham ® 16:59 05 Dec 04
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Found it inside my PC:

click here

  Dorsai 17:21 05 Dec 04

It looks far to fancy/well made to be part of a pc's internal workings as regards clipping somthing in place.

I would expect that degree of surface finish/part numbering to be present on militry and/or aircraft engine stuff.

But i am guessing you know what it is. I have no idea.

  Djohn 17:28 05 Dec 04

only a guess Graham ® but it looks as though its a locking clip of some sort. The two short arms in the centre will have a flat base that sit on top of something while the left hand arm is clipped under a lug then the right hand arm is pressed down to do the same?

  Graham ® 17:28 05 Dec 04

I don't know what it is! I found it next to a dislodged heat sink (another thread click here) but it doesnt fit on that. Nor the ajacent CPU.

  Gongoozler 17:30 05 Dec 04

I agree with Dorsai that it has a military/aircraft look to it especially with the part number engraved into it. However I doubt that a military/aircraft part would use such small prongs to hold it in place. My guess is that it is of automotive origin and used for holding papers in place, but I have no confidence in that guess.

  Graham ® 17:30 05 Dec 04

I know, 'adjacent' :-)

Djohn, I agree, but I can't find where it fits!

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