Recent content by craigbru

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    What did you do today?

    I've been AFK for a bit while working on a thousand (or at least it seems) different projects. Sorry I've been really lax on posting about anything here. I did just pre-order a Peopoly Phenom Forge... So yes, I'll be moving into large format resin printing. I'm already updating or adapting...
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    What do you drive?

    I've not posted in a while, but my 2nd WK keeps growing... So many changes and additions beyond a few simple pics here. I'll find a way to catch you all up!
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Yep, the pins are indeed 4.2mm center to center in both directions. The solder connectors on the top of the plug measure just under 1.5mm in width.
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Haha, no worries! I'm glad I could help! There are quite a few things on the site that just aren't easily sourced elsewhere.
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Here you go. They weren't easy to find! There are a lot of other similar options on the site as well.
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    So, another very small update here. I received my low profile PCIE connectors, and with the help of some PCB board and more 3D printing, I've got a cool idea for a single power connector. I'll see if I can make progress on that this weekend.
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    MPD-01 - The lost worklog

    Thanks man! It's much appreciated John! That's pretty high praise. I know I'm biased of course, and I know there are some pretty cool builds out there, but no one is building anything like this. Not so much then, and not even now. All you really see are 'themed' scratch builds plastered...
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    I finalized the AC-DC cage. It's now at 100% print ready.
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Ah yes, it's most certainly a one off custom build. Nothing about this is for mass production. @confusis Only 10? I'd need at least 11 to recoup my time and cost, haha.
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Well, I already have both the HDPlex 400 HiFi DC-ATX and the 400w AC-DC, so it's really not complicating anything. I only need to extend the plug wiring (6 wires) on the AC-DC. The AC-DC is replacing my current Dell 330w power brick. The AC-DC will just be used as a more powerful external...
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    Project: OSIDIAS (officially v4). What's this? A worklog?!

    Since a HDPlex 400w AC-DC will be used going forward, I decide to design an external 'case' for it to match. The design should allow for adequate cooling from all sides.
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    Power draw

    For reference, I'm currently running the following on my HDPlex 400 and a Dell 330w brick. I do have the HDPlex 400w AC/DC, but haven't used it yet. Asus Z390-I 9600K 2x M.2's 2x 2.5" SSD's 32GB RAM Single 140mm fan (CPU cooler) LED lighting 7" LCD screen and associated controller Zotac 2070...
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    MPD-01 - The lost worklog

    With CPU magazine and it’s online presence now gone, here are all the final build pics of the project in no particular order..
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    MPD-01 - The lost worklog

    Let’s finally mate the core and shell together. Now where does this leave us? Due to great planning on my part, this was a fairly quick build. From first cut to final assembly, it was only about 30 days. Then in early February 2013 I took the finished case to Netwar here in Omaha...
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    MPD-01 - The lost worklog

    With everything now cut and test fit, it’s time for paint and final assembly. Moving on to installing components on the core. One of the best parts of the core and shell design, is that I can actually paint the exterior while using the fully functional core.