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A Head For My Ligthspeed To Mount On 6800nu

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Nosfer@tu


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samedi 19 février 2005 à 00:35:52     
Hey there French lads

I Am In a need a Head to my Astek LigthSpeed So I can mount it on my Leatek 6800 Nu.

Del Gro Badeu told me that this was the place to ask, And that France ROCKED. Just Sucking A bit up/being a Brown Nose

I dont Know how to do this and dont have alot of experience making heads For Phase-Change cooling.

Anywone up for the task?

BTW and most importent I would of cource pay for your time and Inconvinience.

Regards Nosfer@tu of Denmark
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kissagogo27


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samedi 19 février 2005 à 12:11:00     
a head ? evaporating head ? an evaporator you mean ?
debugger


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samedi 19 février 2005 à 17:02:44     
QUOTE (Nosfer@tu @ 19 Feb 2005 à 00:35)
Hey there French lads

there are also gals over here
manu369


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samedi 19 février 2005 à 18:15:04     
you search a evaporator for your 6800nu or you want to make it ?
Nosfer@tu


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samedi 19 février 2005 à 22:23:46     
Yes an evaporating head

Sorry for that mistake

Yes first of all Im searcing for a head, Dont expect to find one thats Why I would like it if someone could make one for me. And geet payed for it

But Im open for Idears to

Sorry for the long reply time, But I have been at the server site today
Nosfer@tu


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mercredi 23 février 2005 à 15:52:55     
Bump!!
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mercredi 23 février 2005 à 16:08:52     

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mardi 01 mars 2005 à 09:19:15     
so you'd like to replace the current cpu head and enclosure by a new one for your 6800, why don't you try to adapt the cpu head to your board (i suppose you did )

Making a new evap is not a difficult job, but if you really want to do so, you'll have to disconnect the stock head, lose the gas (R404 or R507), install the new head and vacuum/regas it

Do you have access to tools or refigerants ?
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