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Old 11th December 2012, 01:36 AM   #221
Lo_Tse is offline Lo_Tse  Canada
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RdK 845 - V3, PSU - Yes
RusselC - V2, PSU - Yes
Dane - V2, PSU - Yes
mkoerner - V2 (2), V3 (1)
mordikai - V2 (2), PSU - yes
mordikai - V3 (2), PSU - yes
sts9fan - V3, PSU - yes
Naturlyd - V2 (2), V3 (2), PSU - yes
Wijgers - V2, PSU - no
SRMcGee - V3, PSU - yes
skunark - V3, PSU - yes
Tytte71 - V3, PSU - yes
Bugzbunny - V3 (2), PSU - Yes
Kvorning- V3(2), PSU -Yes
wjh - V2, PSU - yes
backefel - V2, PSU -yes
Lo_Tse - V3, PSU - no
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Old 11th December 2012, 07:48 PM   #222
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RdK 845 - V3 (2) , PSU (2) - Yes
RusselC - V2, PSU - Yes
Dane - V2, PSU - Yes
mkoerner - V2 (2), V3 (1)
mordikai - V2 (2), PSU - yes
mordikai - V3 (2), PSU - yes
sts9fan - V3, PSU - yes
Naturlyd - V2 (2), V3 (2), PSU - yes
Wijgers - V2, PSU - no
SRMcGee - V3, PSU - yes
skunark - V3, PSU - yes
Tytte71 - V3, PSU - yes
Bugzbunny - V3 (2), PSU - Yes
Kvorning- V3(2), PSU -Yes
wjh - V2, PSU - yes
backefel - V2, PSU -yes
Lo_Tse - V3, PSU - no
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Old 11th December 2012, 07:51 PM   #223
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added on my order.
The mills resistor for psu and caps choice looks good. I have tea-bag's psu boards and will be doing dual mono , so 1 mils resistor per board is fine for me. Only hope that the parts will be available soon, not like those the first group buy. Thanks!
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Old 12th December 2012, 02:30 PM   #224
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I want to join the GB but I am not able to access or modify any spreadsheets on this because I have an iPad is there a way I can do this?

I want the V1 turbo standard kit. Do the PSU components need to be specified separately?

As well, payment or deposit, is it required up front?
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Old 12th December 2012, 02:32 PM   #225
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I want to join the GB but I am not able to access or modify any spreadsheets on this because I have an iPad is there a way I can do this?

I want the V1 turbo standard kit. Do the PSU components need to be specified separately?

As well, payment or deposit, is it required up front?
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Old 12th December 2012, 05:01 PM   #226
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I want to join the GB but I am not able to access or modify any spreadsheets on this because I have an iPad is there a way I can do this?

I want the V1 turbo standard kit. Do the PSU components need to be specified separately?

As well, payment or deposit, is it required up front?
Just add yourself to the list. You will be notified here when pay up time is. Just add name, what version and whether or not you want the PS.

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Old 12th December 2012, 05:35 PM   #227
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Maybe it's a question for the build thread but modushop is offering a 5U case with a depth of 500mm (that is, 100mm more than the standard one). Would that be suitable for a F5T V3 or is it still recommended with a pair of mono blocks? I'm mostly concerned that the heat sinks won't be large enough.
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Old 12th December 2012, 05:43 PM   #228
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It's a lot of heat. I would be hesitant to recommend it for anything other than monoblocks. Wih stereo version, you have 8 fets on a single sink. You could back off the current some, setting bias at 300mV across Rs and maybe be OK. I really need to finish my V3 using TeaBags board to come up with some numbers. Lets see what I can do this weekend and I will let yo know.
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Old 12th December 2012, 05:54 PM   #229
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It's a lot of heat. I would be hesitant to recommend it for anything other than monoblocks. Wih stereo version, you have 8 fets on a single sink. You could back off the current some, setting bias at 300mV across Rs and maybe be OK. I really need to finish my V3 using TeaBags board to come up with some numbers. Lets see what I can do this weekend and I will let yo know.
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Old 12th December 2012, 08:42 PM   #230
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backefel,
Here is a pic of my current V2. It is on side by side Heastink USA 10.08 profile that is 6" tall and 16" deep. The fins are longer, but not anodized black. I would have no problem putting the V3 on this setup, but it would be pushing it a bit, especially considering it is not enclosed. With a well vented bottom and top, i think it would be ok. Put it all on a granite shelf with a 120mm fan mounted in the center and you are set. Truthfully, mounting fets directly to sinks would help somewhat, as the spreader causes efficiency loss. Just a bit of reference.
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