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Weird about the holes. Maybe it would be worth doing a quick test before you do another complete run?
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post #382 of 680
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im talking about the mounting holes on the ends they're meant to be 3.7mm not um err 6mm ! i re ran the simulation and on that they're right so im not sure whats happening there .. it's a real shame though cos that means it's rubbish and that's $50 of rubbish
it does give me an idea though... to help prevent heat transfer trough the screws... lemme whip something up for ya.
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it does give me an idea though... to help prevent heat transfer trough the screws... lemme whip something up for ya.
Well you do that while i work on my CAM work
post #384 of 680
its a delrin insert for the overbored holes, acting as insulation between the screws and the copper.


post #385 of 680
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that was fast

it kinda wouldn't work cos the large bulk of it would be in the way of the cover

if i really wanted i could use larger bolts
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Chielscape you did that way too fast lol.
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that was fast

it kinda wouldn't work cos the large bulk of it would be in the way of the cover

if i really wanted i could use larger bolts
yeah i was thinking about that, but it would be very easy to make it fit. i'll make one with a top to show ya.

EDIT: Like this.
the first 6 bolts mount the block to the coldplate, the last 4 mount the top to the block by gripping the cold plate for extra pressure.


Edited by ChielScape - 10/23/09 at 2:01pm
post #388 of 680
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yeah i see what you mean, that would mean i'd have to machine both sides of the cover now though .. which id rather not. i also do need the cover mounting screws on the out side but i could change that back..

it's just gonna end up being another block of copper on top of my monitor ..

I've started the cold plate now ....
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So there is no way to use it? How would it perform as a normal CPU block without a TEC?
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So there is no way to use it? How would it perform as a normal CPU block without a TEC?
yeah it could be used .. i think if i try some different bolts and maybe machine down the nuts it could work im not sure it's worth the effort though.. i wouldn't be happy to sell it in that state
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