Passive cooling :thumb:
As i'm about to do the same with my thunderbolt nuc, is there a difference in height between the chipset and the CPU?
If your german is up for it, here is an article in the german wikipedia:
it should be 4-40
Looks like something you could buy in a store... :thumb:
If all that you want is some simple holes for some M3 screws to pass through, a 2,5mm drill is going to be way to small. that size is used for...
Lokking good so far :)
Oh and btw: If you translate "LegierungTurm" word-by-word to english, it would mean alloy tower. However i never heard...
I spot a SpaceNavigator :D
Love the project :thumb:
I absolutely love it...
If that fan is a papst, then it should be like this:
2.5mm is the correct size, therefore my vote goes to the 2.4mm drill. with 2.8mm, there might not be enough material left...
yes, the qdc's aren't needed anymore. they're going in the drawer foranother project ;)
As a result, this thing needs a new backplate,...
After over 1 1/2 years of usage and standing unfinished on my desk as my daily rig, this sff experience now gets a step closer to madness.
Most KVM Switches that run on 9V have a 7805 inside. So just open it up, slap a heatsink on the regulator and youre good to go with the 12V PS :)
I can recommend this german supplier:
12€ shipping to sweden though...
It's small, its black, and its packed with goodies... triple win :)
The Lm317 is a linear regulator. So the greater the difference between input and output voltage is, the more heat is generated.
You're missing the heatsinks :D
Nicely done :)
Have a look at the following picture:
Link to Pic on EK Website
In your case, the water enters the brigde on the bottom, flows only through...
If that really is the Serial bridge, your card setup won't work ;)
Other than that, nice work :thumb:
Thx a lot.
To your questions:
1. Thats Tygon R-3400 11/8mm tubing. Used to be the standard tubing size for watercooling in germany some...
Just a teaser pic, im too tired to explain... :D
that was 2 hours ago:
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