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My P4 adapter for TC-4

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NeoMoses

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Jul 7, 2001
I was playing around a little at the shop last night and threw this together. It's an adapter plate to allow the TC-4 to be used on P4 systems, both socket 423 and socket 478. Now I just have to wait until all my P4 parts get here to test it out. :D

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Here's a pic after the plate was anodized black.

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Edit: Added pics after anodizing.
 
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Diggrr

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Nov 29, 2001
Nice work!
Any plans for a color coating? A clear blue would look sweet!
 

FIZZ3

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Nice looking too... good job.

Funny how you made this P4 adapter while DTEK's is still "coming soon".
 

likwidkool

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pretty sweet. Feel like selling them? I want to get an Abit IC7 and a pee4 2.4c but then having to buy a new block, the cost just seems to be too much.
 
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NeoMoses

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Diggrr said:
Nice work!
Any plans for a color coating? A clear blue would look sweet!

Thanks Diggrr. I'm debating whether I should anodize it blue or black. I haven't decided yet, but i'm leaning towards a nice blue.

Originally posted by FIZZ3
Funny how you made this P4 adapter while DTEK's is still "coming soon".

Yeah, I thought it was funny, too. I guess there just hasn't been enough demand for them to design and build one.
 

JFettig

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you have those screws that go into the origional mounting holes, do they screw into something? or are they there just to hold it in place?

Jon