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Old 20 June 2008, 00:39   #1
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Accelerator cooling

that is my cooling patents for main tow accelerators on A1200,s desktop.
my problem is i can not explain good in English the explanation.
(all thinks cooling use the keyboard metal place for help cooling)


Blizzard VI (whit FPU) cooling and aluminum trapdoor by (crazy Anemos)















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Apollo MKIII turbo







This afterwards touches upon the keyboard






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Old 20 June 2008, 00:57   #2
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Nice job, m8!

For a 030 this is sufficient.

Unfortunately, not for a 040 (even a 25MHz one).

Some old revisions of 060 will take advantage of this hack, too.

But please tell me: the aluminium trapdoor cover goes warm?

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Old 20 June 2008, 01:01   #3
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yes the aluminum trapdoor cover goes warm after to 30min gaming,but temp system is low!
the aluminum trapdoor touche the top side of CPU also (on Blizzard cards)
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Old 20 June 2008, 01:05   #4
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Unfortunately, not [sufficient] for a 040 (even a 25MHz one)
Depends on the version of 68040.

Even at 40MHz the MC68040RC40A (mask K63H or L88M) is reported to run almost cold to the touch.

Never seen one IRL or for sale though

The vast majority of 68040 accelerators use "fry an egg" XC68040RCxxy (mask E31F or D43B) versions though
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Interesting

I'm after the simpler approach…anyone know where you can buy those stick-on heat sinks for my 030?
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Old 20 June 2008, 09:16   #6
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Interesting

I'm after the simpler approach…anyone know where you can buy those stick-on heat sinks for my 030?
Dead (or even running ones) pc motherboards.

Look in northbridges (that sort of peecee "coprocessor") or ask in a computer parts shop for "chipset coolers".
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Old 20 June 2008, 09:22   #7
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@Anemos

Cool mod!

@NovaCoder

I was looking for the same simpler thing for my MkIV030/50.

I saw this in a local online store:
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/18685

Does anyone have any good specific products to recommend? I mean, where can we get heatsinks that we can just cut to size and stick on with something easy?
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Cool mod!

@NovaCoder

I was looking for the same simpler thing for my MkIV030/50.

I saw this in a local online store:
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/18685

Does anyone have any good specific products to recommend? I mean, where can we get heatsinks that we can just cut to size and stick on with something easy?
Cool, yep that's the ticket. Not sure about cutting them to size but I think you can get thermal glue to stick the suckers down with. Actually, those ones in the link come with thermal double sided tape...even easier (I like easy!)
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Old 20 June 2008, 09:50   #9
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If there was a store like this in Oz, then perfect, you could just mix and match what you like with all their adhesive tapes and heatsink options to get the perfect result (for cooling n00bs):

https://www.micforg.co.jp/cgi-local/an/wse3.cgi
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Old 20 June 2008, 15:03   #10
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I made this heatsink mount a month ago, It works well with my Blizzard IV 68030 at 50Mhz,the only cons is that i had to cut the trapdoor and raise the A1200 feet.It uses the same aluminum tape and some hotglue to keep it in place.



BTW: "COOL" work you have there Anemos!

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Old 20 June 2008, 17:43   #11
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lol, ghetto cooling taken to a new level

But seriously, have you got a heatpipe in the first tube?
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Old 21 June 2008, 03:14   #12
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A Heat Pipe on a Blizzy 030

DUDE!!!!!!!


!!! UBER AWESOME!!!


!!! απολύτως φανταστικό !!!
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no offence there Anemos (I loved your CF HD led mod !) but I think youre reinventing the wheel with that home made heat sink thingy ya got there

I just easily took off an old low profile heatsink from an old 486 peecee motherboard I had lying around and my 1200 is slightly warm after 1.5 hours of gaming (though its been a long while that Ive had that much time to play)...before it used to get sooo hot that you could fry on egg on it after 45 minutes !




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Old 21 June 2008, 10:23   #14
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no offence there Anemos (I loved your CF HD led mod !) but I think youre reinventing the wheel with that home made heat sink thingy ya got there

I just easily took off an old low profile heatsink from an old 486 peecee motherboard I had lying around and my 1200 is slightly warm after 1.5 hours of gaming (though its been a long while that Ive had that much time to play)...before it used to get sooo hot that you could fry on egg on it after 45 minutes !
@klx300r

Just add a vertical notebook fan as I did and heat is gone forever.

@all:

A heat pipe is nice (silver is better for this, but costs an internal organ), to say the minimum

Those Zhallman heatsinks are a good (I may say excellent) way to get heat out of chips. But I can buy a whole "chipset heatsink solution" for 30BRL (=8.3 quids).

And I get for the lot:

-8 heat sinks;

- a biiiiig heatsink for a video card (like a Voodoo3);

- a 12V fan for take the heat out of the Miggy...

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Old 21 June 2008, 16:42   #15
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Thanks to all for your comments and Zetro guy
here is a little plane and philosophy how to work..

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@ Anemos

nice sketch but wouldnt it make more sense, thermally speaking, if the trap door itself was the heat sink and not the base of the keyboard
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the 030 doesn't need any fan or this cooling hack
it's a waste of time
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Old 22 June 2008, 09:03   #18
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the 030 doesn't need any fan or this cooling hack
it's a waste of time
laser, perhaps with certain models maybe, but I can definitely say that for my Blizzard 030@50 it was a must do job as it would get extremely hot after only 45 minutes of gaming.....besides simple little amount of time gives me peace of mind as the cards are not exactly available at your local store for a few dollars nowadays
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laser, perhaps with certain models maybe, but I can definitely say that for my Blizzard 030@50 it was a must do job as it would get extremely hot after only 45 minutes of gaming.....besides simple little amount of time gives me peace of mind as the cards are not exactly available at your local store for a few dollars nowadays
but...if the chip gets very hot.....that's ok...that's normal ..... that's chips works very hot
If the manufacturer doesn't include any fan or any hack....surely because it doesn't need it.....and surely they have tested the turboboard for a long time

this hack is like the magnets hack to economize fuel on cars....pure foolery
if the magnets helps ...you will ask...why the manufacturer doesn't included?
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The union with the keyboard has enough output and without aluminium trapdoor, however with the thought that the keyboard is iron and is not diffused easily the temperature, the aluminium trapdoor helps moreover.
Also the aluminium trapdoor can show more easily the correct temperature with one simple touch in the sides without needed you up amiga your, or you open trapdoor.
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