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Forum: Project Logs 5th Mar 2005, 15:09
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Posted By AutoExec
I doubt that very much.. its not like its...

I doubt that very much.. its not like its splashing in there.. just swirling.
Forum: Project Logs 4th Mar 2005, 11:09
Replies: 62
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Posted By AutoExec
pretty old.. I remember when it came out.. must...

pretty old.. I remember when it came out.. must have been about the same time as Diablo1
Forum: Project Logs 1st Mar 2005, 18:41
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Posted By AutoExec
man, thats a cool effect.. also the effect of...

man, thats a cool effect..
also the effect of the two vortexes going in oposite directions will look cool and a little confusing to the eye since all vortexes (given they are on the same side of the...
Forum: Project Logs 28th Feb 2005, 15:56
Replies: 28
Views: 6,688
Posted By AutoExec
haha.. I use my bed for work bench too :D ...

haha.. I use my bed for work bench too :D
makes it kind of crappy to sleep in unless you have the time to change the covers once in a not-too-long while though.
Forum: Project Logs 21st Feb 2005, 16:46
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Posted By AutoExec
and the other half of us will be woodworkers ...

and the other half of us will be woodworkers :D[/QUOTE]

<---carpenter ;)
or was anyway.. studying psychology atm
Forum: Project Logs 19th Feb 2005, 00:47
Replies: 112
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Posted By AutoExec
hehe.. will do.. but some news: got more parts...

hehe.. will do..
but some news: got more parts today: Hydor L20 II pump for the external loop, 400W power supply for the tec elements, a new keyboard and some other small stuff like thermal...
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 22:00
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
started the suitcase before planning to go to...

started the suitcase before planning to go to that LAn.. but I was hoping to give its "LAN abilities" a test run there :)

oh well.. there are more LANs.. just not as big
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 21:36
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Posted By AutoExec
haha.. half of the younger part of the forum will...

haha.. half of the younger part of the forum will end up as metal workers after this :D
amazing work..
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 15:04
Replies: 171
Views: 44,707
Posted By AutoExec
thats great..the really interresting part is if...

thats great..the really interresting part is if you managed to make them all equal :P
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 14:41
Replies: 129
Views: 23,877
Posted By AutoExec
ah, I guess we were thinking the same thought...

ah, I guess we were thinking the same thought then :P I thought you ment putting a screw in a pvc tube.. which I think would most probably cause a leak
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 13:24
Replies: 129
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Posted By AutoExec
thats sounded very crude indeed. A better...

thats sounded very crude indeed. A better solution might be to start every loop with a peace of copper/brass pipe, drill a hole in it and make.. um.. dont know what its called in english.. reversed...
Forum: Project Logs 18th Feb 2005, 00:50
Replies: 129
Views: 23,877
Posted By AutoExec
It should be very easy to make a simple flow...

It should be very easy to make a simple flow indicator with a peace of clear tube, some fishing line and a twisted peace of plastic.. the problem will be to make them behave identically to make them...
Forum: Project Logs 17th Feb 2005, 19:40
Replies: 193
Views: 41,228
Posted By AutoExec
you should make the lumin panels work as...

you should make the lumin panels work as switches.. like volume control or something :) and power button :D
Forum: Project Logs 17th Feb 2005, 19:22
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
hehe, yeah.. couldnt keep my hands off ;) will...

hehe, yeah.. couldnt keep my hands off ;)
will still be a while 'til the next update I think, but once it comes it will be a major one.

The really crappy thing now, though, is that the LAN I was...
Forum: Project Logs 17th Feb 2005, 19:17
Replies: 129
Views: 23,877
Posted By AutoExec
I too will have parallell loops in my...

I too will have parallell loops in my watercooling system, and I plan to first connect one flow indicator to eatch loop, and then connect a flow regulator to the loop with all-/most of the flow.
...
Forum: Project Logs 17th Feb 2005, 15:11
Replies: 129
Views: 23,877
Posted By AutoExec
I've almost finished making watercooling for the...

I've almost finished making watercooling for the RAM and two aluminium ribs on the motherboard :naughty: will be featured in my next update...
thanks for the inspiration man :D
Forum: Project Logs 11th Feb 2005, 13:11
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
Looks like I'm going to have to take a break with...

Looks like I'm going to have to take a break with the modding again. First: I need more money. Second: I need to focus on my schoolwork for a little while. Third: I need to get my dump of a room...
Forum: Project Logs 9th Feb 2005, 12:36
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
hmm.. think I should add one or two more whole...

hmm.. think I should add one or two more whole copper plates on the bottom to spread the cooling more equally over the element?
Forum: Project Logs 8th Feb 2005, 23:58
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
thanks :) I think I will use thermal glue on...

thanks :)

I think I will use thermal glue on these actually.. so I wont be in danger of melting the plexi. Thermal glue on the bits in the middle (to transfer heat from the bottom to the higher...
Forum: Project Logs 8th Feb 2005, 22:11
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
pelt block design ...

pelt block design
http://www.autoexec.org/images/Silent_Suitcase/tecblock-thumb.jpg (http://www.autoexec.org/images/Silent_Suitcase/tecblock.jpg)
Forum: Project Logs 8th Feb 2005, 10:28
Replies: 129
Views: 23,877
Posted By AutoExec
Got some great solutions there.. I might steal...

Got some great solutions there.. I might steal some of them for my suitcase.. if you dont mind :D

I was going to watercool the PSU's almost the way you have anyway.. but now I want to watercool...
Forum: Project Logs 8th Feb 2005, 08:43
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
jaguarking11: By hardlining you mean using copper...

jaguarking11: By hardlining you mean using copper tubing? Anyway: I'll be useing both a bit I think.

MiniMal_Fuss: sponsorship would be nice :D If not on this project, maybe I can use it to get...
Forum: Project Logs 7th Feb 2005, 07:32
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
I will have two PSU's, yes.. if you take a look...

I will have two PSU's, yes.. if you take a look at the watercooling scheme again..
Forum: Project Logs 7th Feb 2005, 07:23
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
well, the radiators have a much much larger...

well, the radiators have a much much larger surface area.. just hope the water can carry the heat good enough.

And those radiators were bought for an older project.. so I dont think there were...
Forum: Project Logs 6th Feb 2005, 19:28
Replies: 112
Views: 27,350
Posted By AutoExec
haha, thanks :D hope it will work just as...

haha, thanks :D hope it will work just as amazing as it looks

as for space: I have testfitted it, and it should be enough space. Not much to spare though..
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