Thermal images of an Apple hardware

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Thermal Image of an Apple //e platinum.
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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

Is the computer dead?

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

Wow. Cool! Thanks for posting.

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

insanitor wrote:

Is the computer dead?

no, up and running.
I just wanted to have the first thermal image I posted to be an apple II Tongue

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I thought the platinum has only 2 ram chips, not 8.

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Keatah wrote:

I thought the platinum has only 2 ram chips, not 8.

its a classic //e bottom with a platinum case. I got it that way.

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

More images: https://www.flickr.com/photos/88521483@N03/albums/72157681725398850

I added images of a working TWGS

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

Useful for increasing reliability through the use of heatinks.

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

Is that a stock or overclocked TWGS? Those GALs seem warm.

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OMG Smile I love this project - I would like to see such photos of an Apple /// up and running xD

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c0op3r wrote:

Is that a stock or overclocked TWGS? Those GALs seem warm.

8Mhz but I have an external button to with to 16Mhz. The visual representation is not necessarily of dark=very cold, white=very hot. The GALs are still cooler than my body temperature. The SMD LS245 on the other hand can easily be felt as very warm by touch.

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Re: Thermal images of an Apple hardware

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