Originally Posted by Addiction
Ahh, another fellow WoW player. I stopped playing until my build gets finished, but I was into the competitive raiding and pvp scene until I stopped for a bit. So, if you start back up and like to have some fun you can find me on Korgath.
I'll PM you my RealID and character details and what not.
Got your PM. Yeah I am on Uther-Alliance and StormReaver-Horde...well was...
Just few organization shots tonight.
Lost 2 hours looking for AQ LT, and found it in my office upstairs . Apparently took it up there while doing the Google Sketchup. Anyways during the hunt, I did recover one of the White Monsoon Fittings. So now only missing one.
Hooked up the LT and Jeaks' RGB amp to a default EVGA power cable..
Found a broken AQ RGB Illumuniation module to figure out the RGB wires coming out of AQ5.
Jeak's RGB Amp takes 3 pin input only...so have to make a cable from 4 pin to 3 pin and make sure wires correct.
Got NTE 26AWG in the back that I will use. Don't have NTE 26AWG Blue so going to use Black. Whenever power is needed I am going to use Yellow on 26AWG.
New layouts on wall from Martin's AQ layout
Comparing Cathode based RGB to Anode based you can see the difference.
Anode based RGB have different layouts..which was drawn out for me. The resistors I need to solder respectively, with Red being a different resistor value, as by default Red is the brightest in RGB.
Blue and power in center for cathode based rgb, as in this shot for AQ RGB Illumination module (which is broken):I don't have the insulation in the shot above....I need to get that before I proceed with my test.
Got some new solder tips and pump..
So everything ready..including
When I get the insulation (heat shrink from local radioshack) tommorrow I will proceed with doing
- 1 New RGB
- Loaded with 4 RGB's
- RGB Strip
- If above doesn't work, then in series another RGB Amp in shot below
Here's a closeup of Jeak's RGB Amp...pretty simple design than one could make locally or just pay for it and not bother: