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Old 10th July 2008, 07:20 AM   #1
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Default i am ready to build Aleph-X

hi All,

I already build Aleph-3...sound great. it is working well. temp is really in good control.

Now, i am ready to build Aleph-X with 60 to 100w. what is the watts originally? i saw even have 100w. where can i find aleph X using this IRF9610 and IRFP240. i have lots of this mosfets.

pls advice me with nice design with heat sink requirements too.

thank you for your help.

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Old 10th July 2008, 10:54 AM   #2
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Answer : try doing a search for once instead of constantly starting a new thread, you must have managed about 60 by now.

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Old 10th July 2008, 11:46 AM   #3
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Hi Magura,

Sorry, I have to say this few words now. Why is this forum for? Is this only to read comments or just to seat at back side and watch whatís others says? We all have right to ask question, which is related to the thread or forum. Before i posted any thread, I already went to search, it is very easy way but when I became confused, I have right to ask you all Experts.

Anyway, How do you know I have posted 60s? Have you counted it? I even donít know how many are there.

if you donít like to help, its fine with me. pls donít write such words.

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Old 10th July 2008, 11:56 AM   #4
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Michael, here's a tip:
Try to concentrate related topics in one thread. As an example, everything that has something to do with your AlephX, can be posted here.
I'm looking forward to see the first results.

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Old 10th July 2008, 12:14 PM   #5
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hi,

i went many web and read about how they made aleph-x. i found lots of aleph-x, z bla..bla bla...60 to100w even have 200w too. i was totally confused. i downloaded many circuit designs, all are dfrnt, they are aleph-x to z. now question is which is the correct one? not all types of question can ask into the same thread which is not related at all. i try to stay into the thread which is related. some times only gets wrong due to mistake.

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Old 10th July 2008, 12:23 PM   #6
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Hi Magura,

Sorry, I have to say this few words now. Why is this forum for? Is this only to read comments or just to seat at back side and watch whatís others says? We all have right to ask question, which is related to the thread or forum. Before i posted any thread, I already went to search, it is very easy way but when I became confused, I have right to ask you all Experts.

Anyway, How do you know I have posted 60s? Have you counted it? I even donít know how many are there.

if you donít like to help, its fine with me. pls donít write such words.

Thank you
Michael

If you look at the very top of the passlabs forum, you will se a permanent thread NAMED ax builders thread. You didn't even have to search.


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Old 10th July 2008, 12:31 PM   #7
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hi,

yes, i know that forum. i even wrote there but no one answrd. i wrote which should i follow? no one tells me. i decided to make one thread to ask you all.

anyway thanks for advice.

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Old 10th July 2008, 12:33 PM   #8
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Have you counted it?
I did actually, also counted the number of days you've been a member, and your total post number.
A week ago you started a new thread every other day, 1 new thread for every 4 posts you made.

If the mods don't have a problem with it, i sure do not either, just trying to give you a friendly warning.
Sooner or later, a lot of folks will get tired of a new question or a new thread every day.
The only ones who will respond will be the wise-guys who desire nothing more than answering other people's questions.

I've been a member here for nearly 4 years, read it from the day Nelson Pass joined in.
Maybe i've started a general thread once, not exactly sure, i've only started 2 in the trading post forum.
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Michael,
A good source of info is the WIKI. There's a huge page on the AlephX.

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Old 10th July 2008, 12:56 PM   #10
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hi,

yes, i know that forum. i even wrote there but no one answrd. i wrote which should i follow? no one tells me. i decided to make one thread to ask you all.

anyway thanks for advice.

best regards
michael

Most whom have built the AX lately, has spent the time reading the entire AX build thread, it will answer 99% of your questions, and answer like 80% of your questions at least twice, same goes for the WIKI Netlist mentioned.

Now some of us has explained a few times, that starting loads of threads, is not very smart. I'll try to explain why. If all the info related to one topic, is in one thread, it is relatively simple to follow, and follow up on. When all the info is spread in a gazillion threads, the same info will be in a gazillion threads. In the end, this will turn things very messy.

Now that you didn't get an answer, to your question in the AX build thread, has two reasons:

1) you have managed to give most of us an impression of yourself, as a guy not really wanting to do the footwork, but expecting us all to serve you a nice cuisine on a silver plate. Not happening!

2) the answer to your question has already been given a number of times in the AX build thread, so reading the thread in question, would spare yourself asking, and us answering the same question for the 10th. time.

Once you've read the ENTIRE AX thread, AND the WIKI, come back and ask questions, and we will all gladly help you out.


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