Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Nitro-Max, Mar 17, 2008.
That the face I don't want to see over my shoulder when I'm watching p_orn....creepy bastard!
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...long-wires-thats-the-mess-of-wires-99.204963/ lol check this out
http://www.speedtest.net/result/3742827620.png could u look at that and tell me what i need to do to get my ping down to your ping please
I don't even...
less chatter more mods.
not really ghetto, since my old mouse sensor turn off and on again and again and again
i decide to make it as emergency lamp
just remove the case and wrap it with clear plastic to prevent any short circuit and done
i use cable from old utp cable too
so far it works pretty well
i forgot to show you, this is how i hold those cables
yeah i use old ribbon, if you say its yellow and doesnt match at all its ok for me as long as it works well
and if you take a look closer there many many that DIY made
The stock fan of my old zalman VF-700 died, couldn't find a proper replacement, so some hacking and cutting later, a shiny black P4 fan with epoxic glue fit the bill , it now flows downguard, but the little 4670 stays cool.
using utp cables to hold it
and just tie it to electric cable
Doesn't that cause interference from the AC lines?
i think it does. i moved mine away from some and it gives quite a better range.
i guess yeah but its just for a room about 6 x 9 m, so it wouldnt affect much
You'll surprised at what it affects being that close to an source of interference it wont just be the wireless either
i just think to move it to other position, but now i use that position
Use a wave amplifier of 1.8 gigawatts !!
ooh yeah, my new internet cable (actually not new, i just connect 2 old utp cables, wrap it by using brochure and some clear tape and done
I used a small square cut from a sheet of roof flashing (sheet metal) and thermal paste on both sides. It works pretty well for this if you need to try something better. Worked better than thermal tape for me.
Sorry ,but I have to disagree with you . I know your argument is valid in some circumstances , but when it comes to laptop problems with ball grid array (bga) then I have to say something . The problem with bga talking from personal experience is that laptops flex too much and that is what works the chips off the boards .
It is well known that the t40 - t51 ibm thinkpads had a big problem with the gpu chip lifting off the mb .
The testing proved 100% it was flexing in the chassis of the laptop that caused the problem .
Testing was done at the same time on other makes , and you named all of them ,plus there are some more .
Google is your friend .
nope its the PCB that's flexing from the thermal stress not the chassis it may be the way the board is mounted to the chassis that`s a contributing factor but the PCB is whats doing the flexing not the chassis and the GPU isn't lifting so much as the solder is failing
you dont need google if you have real knowledge.
its always thermal flexing not a laptop flexing. seriously, have you even tried to bend a laptop? their chassis have ribs to prevent any flexing.
one moar is right on this one.
You are 100% correct , you do have to have real knowledge .
Having made and tested parts for NASA and other Space
agencies , and the RAAF , and 30 years of playing around
with computers ,and 50 years with electronics including
valve radio , plus teaching ,you are correct .
By the way , laptop chassis still flex with ribs in them , even under
their own weight . It might not be much but they still flex .
My job at the Uni was testing to destruction and fault finding
and seriously , yes I'm serious .
don't care you are still wrong the thermal stress is what causes the problem particularly on early lead-free -solder early types of lead-free solder where prone to cracking and simply bad joints this was exasperated by the higher temps present on high-end laptops of that era particularly nforce chipsets circa 2006 to 2008 witch at that point the industry shifted to a better form of lead free solder Which lessened occurrences of the problem
Yes you are exactly right , and I do care that you are right .
Annoying isn't it , having to be right . You have missed the point
We are both right , and , I retract what I said about being wrong .
You were right , and so was I .
Having to be right all the time isn't what forums are about .
last time i checked, laptops were not made from polyethylene...
what ever the flex there is, it negligible enough to be ignored.
btw, working for nasa, or 50years in electronics doesnt mean shit. unless you worked as a laptop repairer, your experience is as useful as that of a historian.
This summer I had to fix 2 netbooks for my friends. With 7 to 10" size, what kind of flexing are we talking about?
As an example, ASUS 1015BX was heating up to 90C on full load, while keeping ~40 idle (AMD C60 APU).
An AMD Turion-based notebook died on my hands, because cooling was the crappiest I've ever encountered in ASUS laptops (steel plate w/ bubble gum).
Same thing relates to HP DVxxxx notebooks, which helped to create numerous chinese products for cooling replacement/improvement.
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