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  1. bumping for visibility and opinions

    bumping for visibility and opinions
  2. Long due upgrade, Athlon64 -> Ivy Bridge, opinions wanted

    Hi all, I've been humming along fine with my old system for several years now but the CPU just isn't really cutting it anymore.

    Current system:
    AMD Athlon64 X2 6000+
    6gb of DDR2 800
    Radeon...
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    Well being automotive there isn't any brazing...

    Well being automotive there isn't any brazing needed, I was mainly looking to see if there would be any significant problems with using 409A since I already have a tank of it.
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    R409A in automotive applications?

    Hey guys I figured this is probably one of the better places to ask so here it goes. I currently drive a 1993 Jeep Cherokee which up until today still contained about 2 lbs of R-12. Years of...
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    At first I couldn't figure it out, and it bugged...

    At first I couldn't figure it out, and it bugged me so I got out a piece of paper and some math information began to switch back on in my brain :p:

    So:
    X = Y - (Y x Z)
    Fill in knowns - 28300 = Y...
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    Lithium polymer batteries have a pretty high...

    Lithium polymer batteries have a pretty high energy density, all you have to do is search for "lipo explosion" on youtube to see that they can get pretty violent if you make them unhappy enough.
    ...
  7. The video looked good, but I was more impressed...

    The video looked good, but I was more impressed with the editor software - I know how to use the original Unreal editor and it seems that the new editor handles a lot of the generation for you,...
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    It's a good idea to let it set for a while (an...

    It's a good idea to let it set for a while (an hour should be plenty) to let oil drain off the compressor's components so the oil doesn't get sucked into the cylinder.
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    Yup, I haven't been getting any of the database...

    Yup, I haven't been getting any of the database errors, but the 20+ seconds to load pages - yes
  10. looks to me like you're the one doing the...

    looks to me like you're the one doing the crapping saaya, I agree with 3NZ0, I don't really like the design but that's no reason to be be "OMG FAIL" about it
  11. It's a 20A IEC socket, very standard you just...

    It's a 20A IEC socket, very standard you just don't see them very often.
  12. speeds are just for the USB3 bus and theoretical...

    speeds are just for the USB3 bus and theoretical best case scenario, any actual speeds will be significantly lower
  13. My school's refrigeration lab uses air/acetylene...

    My school's refrigeration lab uses air/acetylene torches - they work fine for brazing. Not sure how it will work compared to oxy/mapp though. Might be nice to get if you find yourself going through...
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    I don't know how you could've NOT run into her at...

    I don't know how you could've NOT run into her at some point, It's all over the radio, and even a CounterStrike:Source server I play on (Song Let's Dance for knife fights)
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    I would advise against using a mini fridge...

    I would advise against using a mini fridge compressor. They are small and not designed to handle active heat loads.

    The smallest compressor you'd probably want to be dealing with is on the order...
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    Hmm, I'd like to see the data from those numbers....

    Hmm, I'd like to see the data from those numbers. I'd be extremely surprised to see a TEC system reach a COP of 2.3 - TECs would be used in mainstream capacity types of applications if you were able...
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    Looks cool, costs a lot, isn't very effective. ...

    Looks cool, costs a lot, isn't very effective.

    Tecs are great and have their place, but people just like piling them on without realizing how inefficient they are.
    A small refrigeration system...
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    Sweet deal, I'd probably just sell it.

    Sweet deal, I'd probably just sell it.
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    I would be all over this if only it had a dot...

    I would be all over this if only it had a dot matrix LCD :(
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    At that temperature you're probably limited by...

    At that temperature you're probably limited by the capillary tubing in the window unit. Remember air conditioning systems are built to run at a ~50'F evaporator temperature during normal operation. A...
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    If you were actually pumping 12,000 btu/hr that's...

    If you were actually pumping 12,000 btu/hr that's a heat output of 3500 watts, not including heat from the compressor motor. I'd say you're way undersized with a 500w condenser and even a huge...
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    Poll: You will stop visiting something you enjoy...

    You will stop visiting something you enjoy because of an animated favicon? Seriously, this thread is filled with so many whiners it's not even funny.

    "Incredibly obtrusive"? you are that sensitive...
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    Very slow here as well, random database errors as...

    Very slow here as well, random database errors as well.
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    The P and N types of material are created by...

    The P and N types of material are created by doping the element, creating either a material with electron voids or extra electrons. I'm not too familiar with the basic structures of semiconductors...
  25. Your house seems to have a setup more like the US...

    Your house seems to have a setup more like the US than typical UK installations. With the smaller breaker sizes yours is much safer.
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