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Old 7th January 2003, 21:24   #1
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RichBastard tried to do this once, so he could remove ALL fans from his system, he broke off a resistor and was handicapped in such a way that running / repairing the PSU was undoable

it has use, if you want a supersilent system
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Old 7th January 2003, 21:33   #2
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You could also add a fan (or 2) @5v and also make you exhaust fan run @5v. Then your PSU is well cooled and super silent

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hmmm, going to try that after the exams
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Old 8th January 2003, 12:07   #4
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RB could take his PSU to velleman or so, they'll know which diode to put in it

if I'm not mistaking, make it heavy enough and it'll be OK
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mmm ... indeed something to try in the near future

first one the list = finishing my new WC setup and that case i've been working on ... just "re-invented" some things on design and materials, expect this to be done when my new gear arrives

dewd's got one hell of an ugly system tho
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RB could take his PSU to velleman or so, they'll know which diode to put in it

if I'm not mistaking, make it heavy enough and it'll be OK
I did. They're not magicians you know, all those diodes look alike and they can't tell which one was onboard, because it wasn't just broken off, it was shattered into pieces.




I may be able to repair the PSU if I would know the exact markings on the diode...

Has anyone got a Enermax 350W and is willing to take a look?

It's component ZD8, marked on this pic:
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ask around @ every forum you know... those enermax PSU's are well know...
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i might be abel to stop by a friend of mine one of the following days ... i know i installed an enermax in his rig a few months ago, and i think it was a 350W

another question : what would be the best way to make those waterblocks ?
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