don't use resistor, use at least an LM7812 instead.
just like your attenuator (or pot) on your pre-amp, the output voltage of the resistor may vary as you change your fan.
since the impedance may vary for each fans
Quote:Originally Posted by Jump3r How about when 1500W isnt enough?
You just use a 1000W strider and run the 1500 Strider though the door to power the GPU's (ohh wait i threw away the door)
And yes that is a Thermaltake 6000...
Quote:Originally Posted by jokrik I'm using rotary tool, with fibre enhanced cutting disc, they sell it in ACE
I didnt cut it straight on the line , leave a bit of gap and just use a rotary sander to make it perfect
else I'll have...
Quote:Originally Posted by jokrik March 11th 2013
Got the last part of the build done
Window panel has been cut down, and bought some glass (Yes! no Plexi!)
I'm avoiding the cloudiness which plexi can be
Quote:Originally Posted by jokrik 1st of March 2013
A pretty good update!
I've received the soldered LED and the fixed pump from InVain, very good job! he got it right, well done sir!
I've tested the pump straight away