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By: Sverre Sjøthun, August 9, 2001  Print this article

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Next was the mobo chipset. Here I had to use the waterblock bought for the VGA and decided I wanted it removable without having to take the motherboard out once it was fixed. It did require the removal of the board to fix “nut screws” to the board (for want of a better description). These are similar to the type of thing you screw into the motherboard tray to space the mobo away from the tray. They have a screw thread and a nut on top also with a threaded hole to take the screws to hold the mobo in place. I fixed two of these in place again with nylon washers on the PCB to avoid circuit damage. I then made some “Tabs” which were soldered onto the side of the copper block, shaped and then drilled to accept screws which would screw into the “nut screws” Again pictures show this better:

Fig. 27 Chipset fastening tabs

Fig. 27 Chipset fastening tabs


Fig. 28 Parts for chipset block

Fig. 28 Parts for chipset block


Fig. 29 Soldered chipset block

Fig. 29 Soldered chipset block


Fig. 30 Finished chipset block

Fig. 30 Finished chipset block


Fig. 31 Fastening mechanism

Fig. 31 Fastening mechanism

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