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Old 20-11-06, 05:32 PM
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OK ok ok...I'll try and get some asap

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Old 20-11-06, 05:34 PM
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qft! did u do any insulation around the socket or just grease it a bit?
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Old 20-11-06, 06:14 PM
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Running psu's in parallel isn't a good idea actually due to power being consumed unevenly and destryoing one then the other. In that case you'd want to buy a 600-24 meanwell.
NoL - is there something u can put between the 2 psus and what-ever-u-want-to-power to equalize the power demand ? (if so how big an item is it?)

(or is that what the meanwell does ?)
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Old 20-11-06, 06:22 PM
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I honestly do not know of anything other than having the systems power one large switching powersupply. Sorta a merge? In series though you just need to replace the ground with the other 12v from the othe rPSU and keep them electrically separate. Still a lot harder than buying a psu to provide. But those little PSU's do look nice.

The meanwell 600-24 provides 600watts at 24volts (thus the name)

As for getting better temps, by lowering the voltage the efficiency is increased, and as long as the movement wattage is still enough to move your heatload it will work quite a bit better at load. Thus with a huge TEC you can tune more
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XMS - I'm dying to see some installed pic's! Show off that frosty beast!
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Old 06-12-06, 12:25 AM
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Lets hope no frost for god sakes!
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Old 06-12-06, 12:44 AM
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Haha agreed. Frost must melt! Then kaplooey.
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Lol - I thought they went frosty when cold. My bad
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Old 06-12-06, 05:06 PM
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We want pictures! :P

Hows the 300w PSU fairing?
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Old 06-12-06, 05:13 PM
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We want pictures! :P

Hows the 300w PSU fairing?
Coming soon. I've just been soooo busy that it's hard to find the time to take the PC apart and cart it into the kitchen for photo's

PSU is running fine. Not pumping out much heat either.
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