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psy^tx1050b - Project Worklog

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by psynapse, 29 Jun 2005.

  1. MonkeySpank

    MonkeySpank Banned

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    Lovely Bondo job and looks very good. Nice painting on the fans aswell. :thumb:
     
  2. psynapse

    psynapse New Member

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    Hehe yeah, maybe i should give it a light sanding to smooth it back.
    You can't see the "meltedness" under UV, but my cameraphone just doesn't do it justice at the moment.
     
  3. psynapse

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    Few more pics guys.
    Just realised you can't really tell what i've done with the SATA cables in the previous ones, so let me walk you through it :)


    Both cables are tucked into in a single piece of cable sleeving, with the plugs shrunk as close to together as possible.
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    Which runs down under the AGP slot, next to the chipset heatsink.
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    Out on an angle when it hits the floor of the case.
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    And branches out to plug into both drives.
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  4. Uno1_

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    Nice trick with the SATA.
     
  5. r00t69

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    Great bondo and paint job on the front panel psynapse. I also really like the sleeving and cable management, really neat. Well done.
     
  6. TMM

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    How hot does the chipset run?. Certainly looks like it melted :D :p
     
  7. psynapse

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    Haha :hehe:

    With 1.9v through it, it rarely goes over 30°c.
    With the stock chipset heatsink on this DFI nf3 ut250GB it was pushing over 50°c :jawdrop:
     
  8. Jipa

    Jipa Avoiding the "I guess.." since 2004

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    I should do something like that with my mobo and graphiccard, original solution is just too noisy and unefficient :(
     
  9. Bluefan

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    reminds me of some asus stock NB heatsinks, very tiny heatsinks with an even smaller 8k-9k rpm noisy fan on it. Just crazyness if you're NOT replacing that ones :D
     

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