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September 25, 2014, 11:44:23 AM
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Wich model caps did you use the most ?

o PS martin.. E= from the edge of the board to center hole
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September 25, 2014, 01:05:16 PM
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I think cooling on 1 chip is not very good so it works @ let us say 75+ percent
I would sugest to us 75 in this tab

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September 25, 2014, 01:27:58 PM
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Wich model caps did you use the most ?

o PS martin.. E= from the edge of the board to center hole
sorry
e= 83.5 mm

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September 25, 2014, 01:56:43 PM
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Whats the hole diameter?
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September 25, 2014, 02:01:15 PM
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Whats the hole diameter?
4.2 mm for M4 to go trough

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September 25, 2014, 07:33:29 PM
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Marto any news when batch 2 will be shipped, its been over a month now since you received my chips. ive emailed you on your site, 2 weeks ago and no reply.
would like to know whats happening with those.

you going to be offering any compensation for late deliveries now. awaiting 25 boards  Angry and counting
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September 26, 2014, 05:04:42 AM
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Marto any news when batch 2 will be shipped, its been over a month now since you received my chips. ive emailed you on your site, 2 weeks ago and no reply.
would like to know whats happening with those.

you going to be offering any compensation for late deliveries now. awaiting 25 boards  Angry and counting

 No offense Guyver, but he hasn't even shipped batch one out. Hopefully he will not ship out anymore batch 2 like the mistake made last week. I just got my first partial shipment today 6 of 50. I know its been over a month for you and I hate it, but it has been over 10 weeks for some of us.
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September 26, 2014, 06:44:20 AM
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scrappy do, dam so shipments are just trickling out. i would of thought at least batch 1 would of been completed by now
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September 26, 2014, 06:47:25 AM
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scrappy do, dam so shipments are just trickling out. i would of thought at least batch 1 would of been completed by now

I haven't received a single one of my 88 boards. My chips have been at technobit since July 17th.

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September 26, 2014, 06:58:15 AM
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Im trying to make heatsinks for these boards to cut costs,

the heatsinks are 84 mm high and 80 width and 250 mm long. so you only need 2 of them for each board. they are high power heatsinks.

Here is an example of the heatsink type, only wider.



here is how it should look on the board (its a scetch without the work done on the bottom).


I have done all the measurments last night with a caliper.
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September 26, 2014, 12:39:31 PM
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It am sure this will work
But the price of the profile will be quite expencive

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September 26, 2014, 01:00:43 PM
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It will work with some modification, but the first supplier was to expensive
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September 26, 2014, 01:03:55 PM
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Are the going to be passive.

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September 26, 2014, 01:08:32 PM
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In the boxed 2 boards we are using 35 mm thick profile and it works.
But you need to put in in a "tunnel"

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September 26, 2014, 01:12:13 PM
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Are the going to be passive.

It can, but its the pefect size for 80mm fans
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September 26, 2014, 04:02:46 PM
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It will work with some modification, but the first supplier was to expensive
Admit I was a bit close  Cheesy
"Droomde al half van grote Gamma alu profielen van 2 of 4 meter lang met lengte ribbels bovenop waar water doorheen loopt vanuit een tank met een pompje (een kant beetje hoger zodat het van links naar rechts of andersom stroomt door de gleuven) en de bordjes met de chips omhoog en tegenaan geklemd."

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"Dreamed half of large Gamma aluminum profiles 2 or 4 meters long with longitudinal ribs on top through which water flows from a tank with a pump (a little higher so that the side from left to right or vice versa flows through the slots), and the signs with the chips up and clamped against it."
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September 26, 2014, 05:44:03 PM
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It will work with some modification, but the first supplier was to expensive
Admit I was a bit close  Cheesy
"Droomde al half van grote Gamma alu profielen van 2 of 4 meter lang met lengte ribbels bovenop waar water doorheen loopt vanuit een tank met een pompje (een kant beetje hoger zodat het van links naar rechts of andersom stroomt door de gleuven) en de bordjes met de chips omhoog en tegenaan geklemd."

google translate:

"Dreamed half of large Gamma aluminum profiles 2 or 4 meters long with longitudinal ribs on top through which water flows from a tank with a pump (one side a little higher so that the water flows from left to right or the other direction through the slots), and the boards with the chips up and clamped against it."
Almost correct, it was part from a post from 2.5 months back, on ecointalk's dutch subsection.

I wonder if the X1/X3 heatsink could be adapted to work. I have a bunch of them around the office, just not the time/expertise to try and make a mounting bracket.
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September 26, 2014, 06:13:16 PM
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It will work with some modification, but the first supplier was to expensive
Admit I was a bit close  Cheesy
"Droomde al half van grote Gamma alu profielen van 2 of 4 meter lang met lengte ribbels bovenop waar water doorheen loopt vanuit een tank met een pompje (een kant beetje hoger zodat het van links naar rechts of andersom stroomt door de gleuven) en de bordjes met de chips omhoog en tegenaan geklemd."

google translate:

"Dreamed half of large Gamma aluminum profiles 2 or 4 meters long with longitudinal ribs on top through which water flows from a tank with a pump (one side a little higher so that the water flows from left to right or the other direction through the slots), and the boards with the chips up and clamped against it."
Almost correct, it was part from a post from 2.5 months back, on ecointalk's dutch subsection.

I wonder if the X1/X3 heatsink could be adapted to work. I have a bunch of them around the office, just not the time/expertise to try and make a mounting bracket.

thats easy.
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September 26, 2014, 06:53:30 PM
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I wonder if the X1/X3 heatsink could be adapted to work. I have a bunch of them around the office, just not the time/expertise to try and make a mounting bracket.

If it's just for you then cobble it. Like I did with my junker coolers:

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September 26, 2014, 07:06:13 PM
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It will work with some modification, but the first supplier was to expensive
Admit I was a bit close  Cheesy
"Droomde al half van grote Gamma alu profielen van 2 of 4 meter lang met lengte ribbels bovenop waar water doorheen loopt vanuit een tank met een pompje (een kant beetje hoger zodat het van links naar rechts of andersom stroomt door de gleuven) en de bordjes met de chips omhoog en tegenaan geklemd."

google translate:

"Dreamed half of large Gamma aluminum profiles 2 or 4 meters long with longitudinal ribs on top through which water flows from a tank with a pump (one side a little higher so that the water flows from left to right or the other direction through the slots), and the boards with the chips up and clamped against it."
Almost correct, it was part from a post from 2.5 months back, on ecointalk's dutch subsection.

I wonder if the X1/X3 heatsink could be adapted to work. I have a bunch of them around the office, just not the time/expertise to try and make a mounting bracket.
If you have a 2011 cpu backplate you could use that as a mould to bend threaded m4 rods into a U-shape, with a spring, washer and nut bottom side of the board, 2 of those should be able to keep an X3 sink in place? I wouldn't trust it mounted when shipping, but on the working spot it would be okay.

Or something ready, add a spring on the bottom side,

http://www.suncorstainless.com/square-u-bolt
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