basically, the TCS is a thermal fuse, placed on the processor heatsink. If/when it exceeds a temperature of 60°c, it switches off. Reset temp is 30°c.
You put it inline with the ATX PS#ON lead on the cable from PSU to mobo. So when the fuse trips, the PSU shuts down immediatley.
That would be egay.
You _need_ this:
you will _want_ this:
And you'll be dreaming about this...
what you need is a milling machine. They come in all flavors, from $300 (approx) standard 3-axis systems up to 6-axis CNC beasts for 100000+. What you need would be in the $4-500 range for manual drive, or $1000 or so for CNC.
CNC is better, as its much easier to machine curves.
Somehow the idea of using liquid metal seems a little... strange maybe?
Off the hand, I know of three metals that are liquid at or slightly above room temp.
There is quicksilver: Toxic, highest vapor pressure found in metals, and a denger with some other metals. For example, put a drop of...
I believe AC buys the Plug n Cool fittings from Festo, who call them "QS", as in QS 1/8 8 for a straight screw-in fitting for 1/8 thread and 8mm OD hose, or QSLL 1/4 10 for a long, L-shaped screw-in for 1/4 thread and 10mm OD hose. See http://www.festo.de for more info.
Thro that right back at them. Because of shipping costing thirty dollars, you will likely get a new one and keep the old. Why?
Because under EU law, if the product is bought from a retailer, ynd damaged during shipping, and worth more than 40 Euros, the retailer has to pay all shipping costs...
Baute is "Built", yeah, but built s in "he built xyz".
What you mean is "Gebaut"
Also, you need to add an "um zu" in the middle there, making the name "Gebaut um zu Besitzen", which is a lot closer to whyt you meant
Cute mod, keep it coming!
Despite what has been said, Full watercoolers (GPU/RAM) for the PCI-E and AGP versions will NOT fit on the other type of card. With the AGP version, tha grapthics thip has been angled 45° relative to the PCIE cards, to make room for the bridge chip. Also, the voltage regluators have moved...
Contrary to what was said, passive watercooling while OCing is possible. I use an old truck radiator I got for 20 bucks from the scraüyard. Huge, but works like a charm.
And yes, Watercooling is for people who play with their hardware (you dirty *******, never think that again!!!).
I think an advanced modding forum would be a good idea, too. Personally, I do "standard" mods, and some things you've never seen before with lab glassware and watercooling, and I'd like a place where I can post said stuff without it being smotherd by "OMGLOOKATMYCOOLCASEIPUTINLIGHTS".