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    Are you asking if a loose screw can cause...

    Are you asking if a loose screw can cause electrical shorts?
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    So long as you don't have APFC, the primary is...

    So long as you don't have APFC, the primary is not very taxed and so CapXon should be fine.

    As far as secondary capacitors go, if they use polymer electrolyte the brand does not matter much.
  3. Anyone know the history behind the Seasonic name?

    Anyone know the history behind the Seasonic name? I was amazed at the Andyson roots. Super Flower just doesn't seem such a great name.

    I think they spent a lot of time figuring Exxon as a name to...
  4. Guess I just assumed he was reviewing.

    Guess I just assumed he was reviewing.
  5. Here was me thinking he was independently...

    Here was me thinking he was independently critical.
  6. Didn't realise Linus Sebastian was a spokesperson for Corsair

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=sThQTgDfjVg&feature=emb_logo
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    I assume no PCI cables

    I assume no PCI cables
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    This is sound advice and worth checking. I'd not...

    This is sound advice and worth checking. I'd not worry about the 50ms
  9. Sorry, nope; but I wonder about feedback...

    Sorry, nope; but I wonder about feedback instabilities that your Chroma machine might not test for.
  10. You are concerned about "That's right. We see...

    You are concerned about

    "That's right. We see a voltage INCREASE. But why?"

    ?



    Makes sense to me, the sense wires are sensing a very low voltage (zero) and are compensating
  11. Thread: Fan bearing

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    Sorry `bout that, my mind was off on the line of...

    Sorry `bout that, my mind was off on the line of thought that maybe in the future one could avoid fans; I know, it was quite a stretch.

    But it does lead to the strange idea that two mining cards...
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    Other one was about over-clocking; this one is...

    Other one was about over-clocking; this one is under-clocking.

    Still wanted the cubed relation, which for me is not obvious without the steps that included the V​2 for resistive heating
  13. Thread: Fan bearing

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    Ceramic sleeve bearings; 300,000 hrs...

    Ceramic sleeve bearings; 300,000 hrs
    http://ceramicafans.com/

    I mentioned these way back when
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?15235-Ceramica

    but here I was wondering about...
  14. Thread: Fan bearing

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    I have wasted enough time on this topic; thanks...

    I have wasted enough time on this topic; thanks for all the help.
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    And .... that leads to another question. are...

    And .... that leads to another question.

    are ceramic bearings being used in some ball bearing fans? either hybrid or full ceramic.
  16. A most excellent point.

    A most excellent point.
  17. Thread: Fan bearing

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    So single ball bearing fans really are just that?...

    So single ball bearing fans really are just that? I would expect them to be quite noisy as they rattle around.
  18. Conjecture: Perhaps you are first using up the...

    Conjecture:

    Perhaps you are first using up the safety margin (no voltage increase needed)

    P ~ f

    and then finding the need for more voltage?

    P ~ f​3
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    Which leads me to a related question: how do one...

    Which leads me to a related question: how do one ball bearing fans work?

    I have a one ball bearing fidget spinner and there is a lot of slop on the bearing, or does one ball bearing imply...
  20. Overclocking can damage equipment, or at least...

    Overclocking can damage equipment, or at least accelerate aging.

    As I understand it


    P ~ V2 f and f ~ V

    Where P is power, V is voltage and f is frequency; putting this together one gets
  21. Thread: Weird spam

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    So the link includes a code so the 'sponsor'...

    So the link includes a code so the 'sponsor' knows it was their work?
  22. Thread: Weird spam

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    Weird spam

    Someone please explain to me how all these messages are making money for the people sending them.
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    Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator
  24. I tend to use fully synthetic engine oil, but...

    I tend to use fully synthetic engine oil, but perhaps I should try automatic transmission fluid as the detergents in engine oil keep particles in suspension.

    Once properly oiled I doubt it will...
  25. Did you look to see if the the Yate Loon D12SM-12...

    Did you look to see if the the Yate Loon D12SM-12 can be oiled?
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