But filling the power lines with additional solder would be safer probably.
EvanF wrote:Nice Job Thanos.
It looks like you have even included holes for a fan! Tell me, I have a bunch of brushless computer fans, why do some work with constant DC supply and some have to be switched on and off to get them spinning continuously? They all look the same type.
EvanF wrote:But filling the power lines with additional solder would be safer probably.
I will as a safety precaution, after melting PCB tracks and blowing holes in mosfets I'm gonna play it safe with them.
Actually I forgot to say something about it! In the photos you send me it seems that you forgot to fill with solder a via hole!!!! As also mentioned in K166 manual as important thing to do!
I assume you refering to the new fans that CPU coolers are using! They are pulsed to be able to control easier their RPM instead of excpencive variable voltage drivers!
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