Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ALS, May 18, 2012.
all-in-one : fan controller and multichannel dimmer for LEDs
You are a beast!
Where can I get one of those kits?
Random Murderer, this controller - my own project. I'm selling some DIY-kits on overclockers.ua, but I send only to Ukraine/Russia.
Can I at least get a schematic?
Fantastic build, nice work indeed.
ALS your work is truly amazing!
Very cool build.
Just so you know there are WD red drives sold OEM that are the same as the vraptors while lacking a heatsink. Should work in your application.
Maybe, but i'm not planned buy them a specially for this project.
yes, but microcontroller need the firmware, which i not distribute (sorry)
I got a 5 meters RGB-strip. With some "low-cost" soldering...
This will be beautiful. Are you an engineer?
Yes, I install the video surveillance systems
Thansk you for sharing this! It is better "designed" and "executed" than most boxes from big brands.
Gotcha thats cool. I am thinking of getting a major (Bachelors/USA) in Engineering even though I have a business background. Would like to start my own business and I need a more technical background than an MBA. Thinking Mechanical. I have enough of a math background to probably compress it down to only 2 years idk.
I was educated in the Soviet Union (1985-1989).
In the 90's I was a dealer in a casino, then served the slot machines, then repaired the computer equipment ...
This is a normal career for almost any Soviet engineer )))
You're very skilled at pc modding!
Voltage boost for videocard (short wire connected to +12v on controller board).
Thermosensor (mounted on the more hot heatsink of PSU)
Is that so the card works properly with the PCI-e extension?
HD7950 worked absolutely normal with 2500k and long riser.
But sometimes are BSODs, because voltage after riser is 11,7 volt.
So, i added short fat wire for voltage boost.
Connectors (USB, PWR_SW, COM1, etc.)
The old "quick and dirty" PCB for LCD was replaced by "tiny and glamour"
Sweet mother of God. You are a modding mad man. Modding isn't the right term when you fab your case.
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