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Old June 23, 2011, 08:39 PM
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Attached is the ATX form factor lay-out, I'll update tomorrow with the SWTX form factor.
I have also added the ATX specification data.

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Old June 24, 2011, 02:26 PM
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And here is the SWTX form factor. Dimensions were taken from both the board and papertrace layout I did to locate the missing studs.

Upper 3 holes + single hole in the middle (in line with the i/o back panel) are for SWTX. All others match the ATX form factor.
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very nice,thanks for the pdf's penguin-sama!
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Old June 24, 2011, 09:45 PM
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And here is the SWTX form factor. Dimensions were taken from both the board and papertrace layout I did to locate the missing studs.

Upper 3 holes + single hole in the middle (in line with the i/o back panel) are for SWTX. All others match the ATX form factor.
Exactly what I needed. Thanks. Time to buy some more aluminum
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Old June 25, 2011, 08:11 AM
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Hopefully the dims are close enough. Ain't easy to take 'em on either the board itself (with a plastic ruler) or on the papertrace... the only hole that I'm not convinced is the same middle one, in line with the i/o panel.

The other holes are EATX-compliant (lower + the one at 11.11). The top 3 are SWTX only.
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I'm just looking at other team stats.. If I were on [H], i'd only be #5 in avg daily PPD. That team is crazy.
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Old June 28, 2011, 12:22 PM
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So you guys w/ the 48-core rigs, what kind of heat do these babies put out? You think that a single 3x120mm radiator will be able to maintain decent temps w/ three medium speed fans? I am ripping apart my stacker to get it to fit an SWTX board right not. Just not sure what I should do for radiator holes.
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Old June 28, 2011, 12:23 PM
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Are there waterblocks that fit the G34 socket?
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Old June 28, 2011, 12:26 PM
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Are there waterblocks that fit the G34 socket?
Koolance CPU-360/370 do w/ the G34 screws (like an extra $3). If I am going to have to spend $60 each on heatsinks I might as well spend an extra $60 to get waterblocks. I have so many damn radiators, pumps, and reservoirs around, blocks would be my only cost.
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Old June 28, 2011, 12:33 PM
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So you guys w/ the 48-core rigs, what kind of heat do these babies put out? You think that a single 3x120mm radiator will be able to maintain decent temps w/ three medium speed fans? I am ripping apart my stacker to get it to fit an SWTX board right not. Just not sure what I should do for radiator holes.
My four 6168s pull about 575 watts from the wall. Right now my SR-2 at 3.8Ghz is probably using the same or maybe a bit less with two x5650s.
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