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Project: Measure twice cut once! (56k no!)

Discussion in 'OC Archive' started by matt100, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. m3csl2004

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    quoted for truth

    let us know asap so we can adjust champange/shotguns accordingly...

    edit: wanna donate that psu - i have needs....

    edit2: its been half an hour - has it quite litetrally blown up in his face... :p
     
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2005
  2. matt100

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    my creation... it's alive!!!!! mwahahahahaha wmhahahahaha


    raaaaa! it works!!!
     
  3. Dave

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    Played!!!!! Have fun with it :)
     
  4. monkeypants

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    W00tles! I wish I had lots of mohuney.
     
  5. matt100

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    first post from the new machine :D

    6800U installed and working fine, wifi installed and working fine.

    So I guess I'm dremelling tomorrow because it really is in lots of bits atm!

    :D :D :D :D

    EDIT: woah! one hot momma! temps about 40 idle (my heavily clocked 570J doesn't get that far) and thats without my 6800U dumping its heat in there because I haven't reconnected the gfx block yet..

    Thats for tomorrow.. to bed to celebrate! (by sleeping!)
     
    Last edited: Aug 29, 2005
  6. m3csl2004

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    you party guy...

    have fun and remember....

    you can always buy more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111one
     
  7. monkeypants

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    You can also buy me more as well! :D
     
  8. m3csl2004

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    lol - not refusing any donations here tbh, making my first trip into water with the sale of my ps2....
    oh well, could be worse, it may be 40 degrees but at least the psu didn't blow up in your face like I profisised...
     
  9. matt100

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    eh? have I suddenly turned into a charity?
     
  10. m3csl2004

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    lol - just joking mate, thet us know how you get on....
     
  11. monkeypants

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    No, it happened gradually. :D

    PS. check your email.
     
  12. matt100

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    lol..

    matt100 registered charity number 1337

    and monkeypants.. saw that, wondered who it was lol!
     
  13. monkeypants

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    Best. Charity. Ever*

    Heh, sorry I should have identified myself but oh well. You know it's me now. :cool:



    *Well it would be if it was real, and there weren't any other charities other than the "Raymond Price fund"
     
  14. monkeypants

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    Just noticed that it looks like the block is sat on top of some of the capacitors around the CPU socket, is it? That may be why your temps are high...
     
  15. Guinny

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    Great thread-it's got me hanging on like a good soap opera!

    Last time I was so hooked someone shot JR!
     
  16. matt100

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    lol..

    updates tonight with luck.. might have the psu installed and if it's all in the lid can go an and you can all see how it looks properly!

    All I've had to worry about then is some uv lighting and clocking the crap out of it :D
     
  17. monkeypants

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    I wish OcUK did UV lights.... or am I blind?

    Anyway, a quick question about the fan that comes with it, any good? Loud? Broken? Smell funny?
     
  18. m3csl2004

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    you will be after the uv lights lol

    anyway

    nice to see she's alive, only problem is, its been that long and that many chops and changes - I can't remeber wtf's in there lol

    clock it anyway...
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2005
  19. matt100

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    UV light won't help you even if you are blind.. dunno about the stock fan, never used it as it comes on a molex rather than 3 pin, too messy.

    I will of course clock it.. and it's taken this long because of a) bad planning and b) not being all that arsed to get it working.. patience, the next updates will be finales.. spent too long watching a program about pete doherty tonight to be bothered with it.

    I prefer to call it.. organic, rather than a farce (yeah thanks monkeydrawers :rolleyes: )
     
  20. monkeypants

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    What's this about UV lights not helping blind thing-stuff? I asked if OcUK have them for when I do my cube, but it's looking like it'll be next year before I'll be able to do it. (I'll have to wait until about this time next year to get my DT project back :mad: )
    Well it's not really your fault, I blame the PSU. :p