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|25th August 2005, 02:42||#12|
Made a little change in the wiring near the control panel, decided to put a terminal block. For those who saw a little sag in the Prommie bases I did have my supports but I just never installed them as they would have gotten in the way.
One more good day and I'll have the wiring done in the Prommie section, then I do the head mods when my aluminum plates come in for the video cards from Shore Machine Works.
Tried to edit the previous post but I didn't have permission.
|25th August 2005, 10:35||#13|
Join Date: May 2002
looks like the supports really help; your system is getting flashier with the minute
looking forward to seeing the performance results
|26th August 2005, 00:50||#14|
Got the backplates from Shore Machine Works today. Now it's time to notch the aluminum plates and the plastic ones to have them sit flush to the board due to wiring and or components.
In this pic you can see part of the old kit on the right
|27th August 2005, 02:27||#15|
Guess I just voided the warranty. :lol:
The first lair behind the plastic was a sheath of aluminum and then the heater. I need to cut through the heater anyway, but didn't during the delicate surgical procedure. :shock:
Once I do, I will mend it!
Need to trim the Koolance bracket to get the card to seat properly.
|29th August 2005, 00:59||#17|
Ok, all is ready for the fridge guy now. Once the mods are done I will take the ends to Canus Plastics and have them mold a red acrylic case around the unit, the same finish as the shims. :wink:
After much calculating there was only one inch left to play with after shims and backplate etc... Not much space there, so I will be doing a side entry to the heads. The lines will come in from the back of the cards.
Come and check this out, tell me what you think!
|29th August 2005, 02:25||#18|
Getting ready to design the Prommie circuit. There will be much involved with this circuit, such as an emergency shutdown in case a device fails! I will also have a metering system that will read volts, amps and wattage from the power supply, video cards and Prommies.
I will work on this during the week and update as I go.
The meter will read AC and DC up to three devices at a time, great for PSU secondary volts. amps, power, video card too... I will need shunt resistors, current transformers and external circuit boards that go with the meter. The unit even comes with a windows based software!
|29th August 2005, 02:51||#20|
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