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Old 24th June 2013, 10:10 PM   #2031
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The only thing I would change is to flip the schematic so the output is on top.
Nice, that does make it look better.
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engrave it on a piece of plexi. and light it up with LED's
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Nah, it would be on the front face of the unit. The intent is to make a faithful visual representation of the circuit but smooth some of the edges with some abstraction.

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engrave it on a piece of plexi. and light it up with LED'sClick the image to open in full size.
Not if I can't make them multicolored and blink.

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yes. a plexi piece on the front With schematics engraved. and LED's light up the engraving. that would be awsome
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Old 26th June 2013, 07:35 AM   #2036
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Asus motherboards have a feature called "Cool & Quiet" that will start the fan low and increase the speed as the system temps get higher. I'm not sure how sophisticated that technology on the MB is.
A simple circuit that tracks fan speed to water temperature shouldn't be very complicated. As water temperature goes up so it does fan speed.

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"The temperature is set with VR1. Operate the amp until the normal temperature is reached, then adjust VR1 until the fan starts. Then back off very slowly until the fan stops again. Any increase over the normal temperature will start the fan, and promptly bring the temperature back down again."
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A couple mods and replies on the F5 cooler HERE.
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Here's my attempt to visualize my idea. I dunno, there's something missing. Maybe it would look better with handles.
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Here's my attempt to visualize my idea. I dunno, there's something missing. Maybe it would look better with handles.
It is a nice idea and it will probably work, but try this as an alternative (maybe you can mock it up like you did with the one you pictured): place the diagram/etching on the top cover/plate.

I have seen diagrams/info/scripting done on various amplifiers before, kind of like the wiring instructions you find on the top of a McIntosh MC205 (SS) cover or the MC275 (tube) transformers.
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I don't think you should flip the diagram on its side, nor use the concentric arcs at input and output (see the sine wave NP uses to indicate larger signal), nor use some non-standard potentiometer-looking connection (with the arrow) to the V rails. Keep it as standard as possible...
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