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A1200 Internal Scandoubler
A1200 Internal Scandoubler
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Description: There seems to be a lot of questions as to the fitting of an internal A1200 scandoubler.  Hopefully these pics should solve them.

I've noticed in day-to-day operations that the display is great in NTSC or PAL screenmodes, with games, and when dragging screens, using my 19" ViewSonic.  However with the metal shield in place and the case all buttoned up, it tends to get VERY hot, which I believe is a reason several of my keyboard keys have stopped responding.  That is, they stop once the machine heats up - must get a tower case - or a Pegasos :-)
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Posted by: Oldsmobile_Mike at September 23, 2003, 08:43:27 AM

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Comments (3)

Drummerboy
Posts:512
May 07, 2004, 05:09:31 AM
Hi,

Excelent!, i looking for something like this!.. Where is possible obtain a A1200 Internal scandoubler? (if is possible!.of course!)..

Need many work for install? .

Regards!
Drummerboy
Posts:512
May 07, 2004, 05:08:49 AM
Hi,

Excelent!, i looking for something like this!.. Where is possible obtain a A1200 Internal scandoubler? (if is possible!.of course!)..

Need many work for install? .

Regards!
Damion
Posts:3511
October 14, 2003, 06:50:58 AM
@Oldsmobile_Mike

It's a difficult situation, because the hard
drive also sits right above the hot chips...
making the heat situation even worse. But after
several hours sitting under the drive, the
chips surface temperature will barely crest
40C, which isn't really *that* bad (of course
YTMV).



-edit-

Actually...after doing more thorough checking,
some of the chips on the SD can get closer to
50C or above...which is a bit warm. Warm enough
for a small exhaust fan anyhow..


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