Hope your health improves quickly, Mic.:thumbup:
This is how you do it.12V to 7v. I have used this method many times....
Absolutely amazing creation. :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
I have hooked up the reset wires to PWR and used the reset button to boot.
Still looks good, mate.:thumbup: It went to a good home.:)
Absolutely Brilliant.:thumbup: Never seen another scratch build, that even comes close.
Red is my favourite, also.:thumbup:
Amazing Scratch Build, mate.:thumbup:
That's a PITB.Try and get it to post out of the case first, with a normal PSU.
Your ability to shape Plexi, is amazing, mate.:thumbup::thumbup:
Have you got the thing to boot in the case, yet?
I would use black contact adhesive.Stick it on, and use a box cutter to trim outer edges.
Looks good value. Make sure you get the black cable combs/seperators as well, like other sets come with.
There is a sharp learning curve, working with Acrylic.The Gurus make it look easy.
Looking great, mate.:thumbup:
The computer shop near to me won't even sell these boards unless they put the cpu in for you.Then they will warrant.Like the guy that originally...
Try and get your money back.I can see 3 pins that are bent.Solder is a sign the pin has broken off.
Don't waste your time with this board.
Recharge, has offered to take a look at this build. Why not put everything in a box and send it to Recharge by courier. You haven't the expertise...
I remember Vlad saying he couldn't use the power switch as the wires didn't reach.
Who put the CPU in the board?Take a close up photo of the pins.