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money? what? you're prostituting your blocks?

Ultrasonic Da Pimp
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I’ve just ordered some insulation washers and some new bolts to try im REALLY hoping these bolts work out.. Nylon was a complete fail

I’ve also done some finishing work on the block and it looks much nicer ..

I expecting to machine the nuts tonight
nuts are a failure .. back to the drawing board on them
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sorry to hear that
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maybe try plumbers tape for insulation ?
    
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sorry to hear that
thats ok ..it was a proof of concept anyway. i have a new idea to try now


to get it to work i'd have to swap to 4mm screws to hold the block to the mbm but then .. you couldn't uses existing back plates
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maybe try plumbers tape for insulation ?
Wat?

And i have to ask, why so huge PSU?
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4mm as in M4? theres backplates all over for M4.
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4mm as in M4? theres backplates all over for M4.
i have yet to come across one .. my trues one has 1/8th holes

i dont know. one of my problems are 3mm bolts are just a bit to short. the longest i can get are 50mm

by the way the dtec mounting hardware use m3

in the long run i think im gonna need to make backing plates

im just not sure what to do now ...

I could just not bother with fancy nuts and just leave it with normal nuts . but that wont look so good OR go to m4 solving a number of my issues in the process but meaning some / if not all backing plates wont work with it
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 11/10/09 at 11:09am
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i know the heatkiller backplate uses M4, EK has simple holes, so you can use M4 nuts,
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i know the heatkiller backplate uses M4, EK has simple holes, so you can use M4 nuts,

yeah i did a google and the heat killer has m4 as you say .. i might change to m4 ..
i dont know
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