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Unread 08-20-2002, 07:55 PM   #26
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You know, that is one UGLY beast, but cute in a way, like a little Pug! lol Hey I was just wondering what kind of pump that is you have? I'm DEAD set on getting rid of this POS VIA 1300! But I'm not going to drop $50 plus...

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Unread 08-21-2002, 03:49 AM   #27
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Yes, you probably right, I'll take this ugly non-mother-nature-product into the deep woods and leave it

the pump is Maxi-Jet 1000, made in Italy. Its pretty quiet adthough I don't have any experience with others (found Eheims, seen the price). This one is about 1/3 of a price for an Eheim
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That computer looks demented. That is definitely something I would like on my desk at work to scare the technophobes away! Good job with that flowmeter, btw. It looks better than the kits you can buy online.
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I'd put a skirt around it, but then again, it might look too girly...

Speaking of which, does anyone remember the Barbie PC? Directron got a hold of their overstock, and are selling them for 'bout $150 each (I'm not affiliated with them!). They scratched off all the markings, and renamed it the Burbie PC... I was thinking about picking one up, but I couldn't stand anyone knowing that I've got a Barbie PC!
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Unread 08-21-2002, 11:46 AM   #30
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ROTFLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Yes, yes, skirt, and two nice cup C round reservoars somewhere in the front, and of course, refilling pipe in the back...

little red ridinghood/belly....
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Unread 08-21-2002, 11:52 AM   #31
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btw bb2k,

no luck with IR schematics ?
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Unread 08-22-2002, 08:35 AM   #32
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Demented or not, it fits nicely into the enviroment
(lots of wires is my wife's greatest happiness...especially when vacuum cleaning )
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Unread 08-23-2002, 03:57 PM   #33
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Just popped into my mind:

in this setup without a res, I noticed that all the little bubbles of remaining air after filling the system were caught in circular motion by the fan impeller and accumulated in the top of the flow sensor case - so even without a res the system bleeds itself automatically. All I had to do is shake the rig around and get rid of accumulated air through the fill pipe.
After a day or two of operation, no more bubbles in the system.
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Unread 08-23-2002, 03:59 PM   #34
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DAMN that thing looks like an ugly bulldog! LOL But I like it for some strange reason! lol again
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Unread 08-23-2002, 04:19 PM   #35
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Who wouldn't like a watercooled bulldog
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no luck with IR schematics ?
I found something here but you'll have to extract the relevant part of it for your application.

If you're not sure how, let me know.
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Unread 08-23-2002, 05:14 PM   #37
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thanx for the search!
I bumped into this site, might be useful...http://www.plazaearth.com/usr/gasperi/lego.htm

I'll dig some more.
Thx again!
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Unread 08-26-2002, 04:12 PM   #38
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anybody ever heard of computer with a broken leg ????

Well, now you did. An accident this morning.

Computer is fine now. Got a new leg (I had a spare one).

My toes still hurt. Must take care of them (don't have spare...)
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Unread 09-15-2002, 05:51 PM   #39
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I totaly missed this thread, and just the link today on virusxxx thread.
Great job my friend, love the flow meter. You ever thought of installing fan that read rpm's and use it like that, it would be cool to watch rpm in mbm (even calculate real flow once calibrated) ,and if flow stopped somehow mbm could shut your comp off or at least sound the alarm
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Unread 09-15-2002, 06:02 PM   #40
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That is something I'm planning to try to make soon. I'm planning to drill the block for chipset, and then to disassemble the whole thing, and install flow meter mk2, with temp probe and complete electronics already built in the fan, nicely coated with silicone to make it waterproof.

When I'm done, comes the pics and numbers!

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Unread 09-22-2002, 03:25 PM   #41
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Today I had a digicam for couple of hours... just a update:

this is the clock case the flow meter is made of...
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And this is fire in the hole !
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Unread 09-23-2002, 05:21 PM   #43
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You have one ugly bastard there!!
But is kinda sweet!!!

I kako se ti snalaziš u ovoj oskudici djelova za vodeno kod nas, ne da se naæ ništa!!

Morat æu i ja postat slike svog strojèeka!
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As long as it's quiet and portable for lan's...I'm satisfied

And sweet or ugly, it certainly draws attention...

So, I'm double satisfied!

Hmmm, svakako i nikako... Kopas po auto otpadima za radijatore, Eheim je oko 450 kn, tako da biras jeftinije (ova MJ1000 je 183 kn, i dobro radi...), a za bakar da ne govorim... sve preko prijateljevih prijatelja i slicno... dao sam tokaru da mi napravi vodeni blok, i nakon 2 mjeseca cekanja i telefonskog dosadjivanja, napravio ga sam...horror...

this is public forum, so I think we should continue in english...
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Unread 09-23-2002, 06:09 PM   #45
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I think that people will understand, it is much, much easy to write on your first lenguage!


Gdje kod nas ima za kupit Enheim, tražio san po svakoj trgovini ali ništa!? I platio si Maxi Jet MJ1000 180kn, ja san svoju 240kn, ludo!!
Inaèe ja svoje blokove nabavljam u mystificatora www.mystificator.tk

I upravo mi je završio blok za grafièku i novi blok za CPU ali po naruðbi, nema ih na stranici! Tip je iznimno korektan i napravi ti onako kako ti zamisliš!!


Sorry guys!!
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Unread 09-24-2002, 05:03 AM   #46
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I think that people will understand, it is much, much easy to write on your first lenguage!
Well, Practice Makes Perfect - PMP(tm)

I have found an Eheim 1046 in the Pet Centar in Osijek, (www.pet-centar.hr), there is also one of their shops in Zagreb, but they don't have the pumps on their web shop. You'll have to make some telephone calls... The price was 450 kn (roughly 53$), and I asked around in several more pet shops, they told me that it can be done by order, but the prices ranged from 500 kn (58$) to 550 kn (64$) for 1046. I didn't even ask for 1048 or stronger...

as for the blocks, good for you! Post the pics, temps, and I'll be glad to see what that blocks look in the inside, so do a little drawing!

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Wow, those Eheims are cheaper in Slo. 1048 is, converted in your money 440 kn , and a little while ago friend bought 1250 for 540kn they were on sale.
And for maxy jet 1000 I payed 220 kn.
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As i look further, I find that almost everything is cheaper somewhere else but here

In that shop, the guy said to me that that 1046 they have is sitting on the shelf for maybe 2 years, and they don't want to order another model unless paid in advance... when I took the box in my hands, it was all dusty. I'm not surprised nobody bought it. Nether did I.

I think I'm going to buy another MJ1000, and put it in series like you did. I'm pretty satisfied with one I have, and the price for the second one is just right.
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Unread 09-24-2002, 03:47 PM   #49
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Hey morphling,
did you tested GF4 block!? And is copper version finished!?
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Unread 09-24-2002, 03:56 PM   #50
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CPU block, they are drilled! 1/2 fitting and chanells, 15mm block height!!





GPU block!!


Didnt get my blocks jet because he couldnt find screws for GPU block, noone can make it in ZG and he order then from SLO, so I will have blocks till end of this week I think!!!

What do you think!?
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