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Old 21st June 2007, 04:11 PM   #91
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Is there a possibility of ordering the 1712-HS cases without the heat sinks? Then we could determine what our heat sink requirements are, especially with all the new F4 interest, and then pick our own heatsinks. We needed to drill the heatsinks to mount them on your original cases, so would not be too much more work, but would give us a bit more freedom.
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Old 21st June 2007, 05:16 PM   #92
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I don't think the 1712 HS is near big enough for a 2 channel F4.

It would require a 1013HS I THINK

Or a new model: A 1712 Ultra HS 17"x 12"x 6.1" tall

What are the options eboz? I can see how things get complicated fast, but around here there are lots of Class A projects that require a lot of heatsinking....
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Old 21st June 2007, 05:27 PM   #93
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You are right. I was confusing models. But it is not clear that the Heat Sinks that I got with the 1013HS will make it for the F4, or an Aleph 30 that I was originally planning, so have been looking at retrofitting some other larger heat sinks that I have.

Maybe we need to work out a set for the various Class A projects and recommend them. The rest of the chassis is so perfect and well made, that we should match the heat sinks we need.

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Old 21st June 2007, 06:22 PM   #94
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And this would help eboz get chassis that he can sell a lot of...
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Old 22nd June 2007, 03:15 PM   #95
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You are right. I was confusing models. But it is not clear that the Heat Sinks that I got with the 1013HS will make it for the F4, or an Aleph 30 that I was originally planning, so have been looking at retrofitting some other larger heat sinks that I have.

Maybe we need to work out a set for the various Class A projects and recommend them. The rest of the chassis is so perfect and well made, that we should match the heat sinks we need.

Craig
Craig,

I do have a couple of chassis with the cut-out for heatsink side panels. If you'd like one, just let me know and make an order for a normal chassis. I will sell it to you for the normal version price of course. Just make sure to order it with the black body because I only have black side panels for heatsinks.
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Anand: (2) DIY 1712HS black ventilated chassis with either silver or black front panel.
Hannes: (possibly) I would be interested in a 1x 1013HS and 1x 610
TurboFC3S: 3 1712-HS cases

That makes maybe 6 so far.
If I were making a lot more sales and a higher demand for the HS version, I would develop a custom heatsink.
AND it would be of better quality than the heatsinks I used before, pre-tapped and untouched by human hands.
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Old 22nd June 2007, 03:52 PM   #97
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Sent you an order for those two chassis, Invoice 86. Will work with others to try to get you some specs for a custom heat sink that would work and try to drum up some more business on this chassis. They really are so well built that I hope to help you continue.

There are so many comments out there about the chassis taking half the time of a project and also many incomplete projects due to no chassis. You really are contributing here with some high quality.

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I'll be keeping an eye on what you guys end up doing...I'll also be building an Aleph 30 in a few months (smaller projects first)...
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Just wanted to let you know that if the 1712-HS aren't available within about the next 6 weeks, that I'm probably going to end up having to buy something else ... no pressure
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Old 11th July 2007, 03:05 AM   #100
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Default heatsink chassis update?

Any updates on the availability of these chassis? Else, I might have to bite the bullet and go with someone else.

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