Mac mini (Late 2005) Processor Heatsink

Mac mini (Late 2005) Processor Heatsink

I’ve used Mac mini’s a lot in my business and personal life. It’s great to be able to put such a small Mac wherever you want it and they rarely if ever have any problems.
In fact the only problem I’ve ever had with them is that they can end up getting a bit dirty especially if one has pets such as cats or dogs around.
When this 1.33GHz model tarted having some stability issues I disassembled it and cleaned it. The heat sink was almost completely blocked by a combination of hair and dust that fell away during disassembly.
© 2008 Malagent

Posted by Malagent’s Synthetic World on 2008-02-28 05:36:42

Tagged: , Apple , Computer , Mac mini , G4 , motherboard , MLB , Logic Board , Maintenance , cleaning , dirty , dirt , dust , processor , CPU , heatsink , Components , Service

DSC_3974

DSC_3974

This is my old rig. As you can see it’s falling apart to some extent.

The side of the case is off because the system is (unfortunately) cooler that way and the top of the case had to be rotated as the power supply would not fit with the exhaust fan.

Also, this computer attracts dust like no tomorrow. It’s impossible to keep the area nearby clean.

Posted by Kevy B. on 2009-12-22 02:40:35

Tagged: , Computer , i7 , Intel , Motherboard , Antec , Thermalright

Trouble In The Message Centre

Trouble In The Message Centre

Trouble In The Message Centre by Blur

Posted by eskayfoto on 2017-02-26 12:15:20

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Computer Upgrade 2

Computer Upgrade 2

When I opened up the system case, man, it was so freaky dusty! When I blew it the first time, it created a heavy fog scene in my room!

I spent about 15 minutes just try to get all the dust out of the case and off the motherboard & video card. I really should clean this thing up more often from now.

Posted by BlueJeff on 2007-12-22 23:06:54

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20150317 – Thailog – 0 – 0 – full case tour – MVI_0306 (shrunk) (CUT OFF ON FLICKR–VIEW FULL ON YOUTUBE INSTEAD!)

20150317 - Thailog - 0 - 0 - full case tour - MVI_0306 (shrunk) (CUT OFF ON FLICKR--VIEW FULL ON YOUTUBE INSTEAD!)

A full video tour of the awesomeness of my new computer case & motherboard. Prepare to geek out at a way-too-detailed level. However… I wish something like this had existed when I was looking to seleect this case. I would have bought it much faster!! So, here you go guys: A rank amateur tour/review of your case.

This is also the first time I ever brought a computer up to speed without deploying it first: It’s sitting on my ping pong table with a wifi card in it. No wires other than power. Good thing, too, because things didn’t work out at first, I had to ship my motherboard back, and ultimately, had I deployed it before building, I would have had to deploy, undeploy, and redeploy, and that sucks. Physically getting a computer into my setup is taxing.

My case: By far the best I’ve ever owned, though it has a fatal flaw with harddrive noise in certain harddrive cages, and I wish the windows were bigger, and I wish the color-cycling could be automated. But still: This NZXT Phantom 820 Series case was $199.99 from NewEgg. "CA-PH820-M1 Matte Black St" / 2 yr warranty / Steel & Plastic / Power Supply Mounted: Bottom / Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX / Mini ITX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / Side Panel Window / Expansion: External 5.25" Drive Bays:4 / External 3.5" Drive Bays:No / Internal 3.5" Drive Bays:6 / Expansion Slots:9 / Removable Filter / Front Ports: 2xUSB3.0 + 4xUSB2.0 + Audio + SD Card Reader / Fans: 1x140mm Rear + 1x200mm Front + 1x200mm Top + 1x200mm Side Fan / Side Air duct: No / Dimensions:25.59×9.25×24.09" / Weight: 32 lbs / Integrated HUE lighting for illuminating the exterior/interior of your enclosure with option to turn on/off and allow you to customize the colors at your heart’s content / integrated 4 channel digital fan controller with 15 watts per channel and LED indicators that progressively gets brighter on higher speeds / easily removable air filters located in the top+front+side+bottom to prevent dust entry / Adjustable interior pivot 120/140mm fan slot for directional airflow / Removable HDD cage and large storage capacity for 6 hard drives / Stylish acrylic window with a view to show off the interior of your rig / Unrivalled Cooling Capacity to mount up to nine fans for a maximum airflow / Rear I/O white light for visibility in dark environments with a toggle switch / Extruded right side panel for an elegant look and achieves 36mm clearance for cable wire management / Equipped with a stylish pedestal that lifts your enclosure off the ground for increased airflow.

Clint.
building computer.
ASRock X99 WS motherboard, Enermax Revolution87+ power supply, Intel Core i7 5820K CPU, NZXT Phantom 820 computer case, command line, computer fan, harddrive cage, lights, monitor, screen, wires.
Thailog. video.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 17, 2015.

Posted by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL) on 2016-05-10 16:19:48

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Dead EVGA GTX 660 Ti

Dead EVGA GTX 660 Ti

Putting together a used computer for my nephew who is a gamer, but does not have enough horse power in his rig to play simple MMO games.

Some signs of warping. Possibly from overheating. There was large amounts of dust in the fan.

Check out my blog on this at:
emilsayswhat.tumblr.com/post/126937308350/pc-build-for-my…

Posted by E_milTakesPics on 2015-08-15 09:30:18

Tagged: , Used , Chasis , Gaming , PC , Computer , Rig , Gamer , GTX , Nvidia , 660 , Ti , 780 , Video , Card , Graphics , Motherboard , Asus