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The PCPPC (Pegasos MB, G4 CPU, Watercooling)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by dadde, 5 Feb 2005.

  1. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    Hi! Im a dude from Sweden so please be patient whit my spelling and gramma :D

    This is a project cald The PCPPC witch is short for The PassiveCooldPowerPersonalComputer.

    The hardware I'll be using is

    A Pegasos Motherboard (a hybrid between a mATX and a MAC we can call it in wery simplyfied way)
    Witch runs on a G4 1GHz CPU
    512 Mb DDR 2600 RAM
    Radeon 9200SE low profile
    2*200Gb Seagate silent drive HD:s
    A 270W Havy modified PSU
    And a costom watercooling

    I will build a costom case of aluminium, no i wont give you a sneek peek of the drawings.

    This project will be finised the 25 of Februari so keep up.

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    So what do you think?
     
  2. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    The rest of the pictures (dident fit in the first post)

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  3. Arne

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    Wohoo another swede :rock: .....nice to se. Im subscribed :hip:

    you dont live in the south do you :eyebrow:
     
  4. Tanaban

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    Should be interesting. :naughty:
     
  5. slater

    slater Mummy Says Im Special

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    Nice hunk of copper, Isnt it suppose to have an inlet and outlet?? :D
     
  6. Sc0rian

    Sc0rian Here comes the farmer

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    ner slater, I think thats the design:p

    Looks a sweet mod mate!!! You seem to love glue;)?

    - S
     
  7. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    slater3333uk: yes it will :hip:

    Sc0rian: Whitout glue we woldent be anywere ;)

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  8. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    more pictures:

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  9. mrplow

    mrplow obey the fist!!

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    "A Pegasos Motherboard (a hybrid between a mATX and a MAC we can call it in wery simplyfied way)
    Witch runs on a G4 1GHz CPU"

    Gosh.. why have I never seen that before?
     
  10. BjD

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    Interesting, never seen a Peg modded. Seen someone flush one down a toilet, but hehe thats a different story....:D

    Whats that second copper block with the barbs in for? Watercooled PSU? Really like the HDD coolers too :thumb:
     
  11. kill_me_quick

    kill_me_quick Big and Blue

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    Very nice set of waterblocks there keep on modding mate.
     
  12. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    Cant stop now :D

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    BjD: Well its good to be first ;) Yepp, its for the PSU :D
     
  13. Sc0rian

    Sc0rian Here comes the farmer

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    wow dude!!

    I did not see that comming. That is one hell of alot of work/progess. Jeeez dude. Quick as light! Quick as glue! ;)

    Good job tho. Real clean. Did you cut the blocks? Got any pics of cutting?


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  14. Anthony

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    Heijsan, neighbour. And wow! In this thread, there aren´t any trouble of updating speed, and the use of digicam... You certainly have modded...
    :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Way to go!!
     
  15. NoCoolOnesLeft

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    woah, thats pretty cool! :dremel:
     
  16. Jokkocze

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    wee! en svensk till! du bor inte nere i söder va?

    looking good mate! weird cpu..
     
  17. dadde

    dadde New Member

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    Nope i live in västragötaland.


    Yeah there cut from a old Copper hammer that I got from my brothers job, Sorry but I dont have any pictures of it becouse my camera hadent arived.

    Yeah Quick as glue :hehe: :rock:



    And thank you all for the nice feedback!

    Im sorry to tell you but there wont be an update for atleast a day. I have to buy the aluminium from "kött&svets" But their closed today :duh:
     
  18. taliban_raider

    taliban_raider Just some guy; you know

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    Hey it looks cool :dremel:
    Forgive my noobiness but that power supply water block I can’t see any seam in it, how did you cut any channels in it? Also I remember seeing and reading somewhere someone with a water-cooled psu said that the power transistors or whatever they are that are being cooled in your power supply where “live” on their metal backs, and when sunk to a water block caused they whole water-cooling loop to become "live" :eeek:
     
  19. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    Do I sense a hint of sarcasm there? Why so skeptical? Sure, it's only 1Ghz. But it's a mATX board, and even those VIA chips are only 1Ghz or less.

    That video card normally wouldn't require WC, passive cooling should be plenty for a 9200. Are you planning to overclock it at all? :naughty:
     
  20. dadde

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    Sorry, but there wont be any more updates, The reason why is that the motherboard fried :wallbash: :wallbash: :wallbash: .
    My house isent grounded and a groundpotential occerd and fried the MB :waah: :waah: .
    Feals like ****, especaly consedering that I have spent more than $2080 on the project.
    So now i cant use my computer and I have no money left to buy a new motherboard for atleast 6 months...
    If a kind soul feels like it I would be more than grateful for a donation,
    Ofcorse those who have donated will be mentioned everytime I show my projekt. So if you want to help me, my paypal is dadderulez@gmail.com
    Any amont is good egnuf, Good luck to you all.
     

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