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Old 24th October 2004, 01:59   #11
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well, I cut an old phonewire up, it has thinner cables in case I would have to solder in very crampy areas...
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:01   #12
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i used old psu cables ( from the floppy connections ) they are just perfect
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:08   #13
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donne a vdimm mod today. It was very difficult. And I hitted my ide connectors a few times with a hot solder iron
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:22   #14
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donne a vdimm mod today. It was very difficult. And I hitted my ide connectors a few times with a hot solder iron
difficult?? I found it easy

wich one did you do?
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:31   #15
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this one. very small resistor . And soldering to ground didn't work, so I clamped it between the motherboard and the screw.
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:51   #16
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I found soldering to the resistor easy, with enough solder on the bottom of the wire, it almost immdiately sticks when you heat the wire.

with the ground I had some problems too, I found getting some solder on the screwhole first and then soldering the wire to that spot to be much easier.
 
Old 24th October 2004, 23:55   #17
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I found soldering to the resistor easy, with enough solder on the bottom of the wire, it almost immdiately sticks when you heat the wire.
I don't have steady hands
 
Old 25th October 2004, 00:46   #18
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and I do?

took me a couple of tries just because of the unsteady hand (no I don't have clips to hold the wire in place ) but then i got it right. I had some major problems soldering to that mosfet leg or whatever that chip is. In fact in the end I fumbled the wire underneath, folded it back, twisted it together, tinned it and shoved some shrink wire over it (krimpkous). pulled it under the soutbridge sink to stop it from moving and possibly hit other naked parts of components.

I gotta plug this glue gun in and secure it properly
 
Old 25th October 2004, 01:28   #19
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try this mod.

easy as hell and very effective

add with that a 3.3v v-sense mod on your psu, and then you can squeeze everething out
 
Old 25th October 2004, 13:51   #20
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try this mod.



add with that a 3.3v v-sense mod on your psu, and then you can squeeze everething out
3,3V 24/7??? is it dangerous? Got BH-5 btw
 
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