[mythtv-users] Those tasty Zotac boards

Robert Johnston anaerin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 06:48:04 UTC 2009

On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 23:46, <f-myth-users at media.mit.edu> wrote:
>    > Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 23:19:03 -0600
>    > From: Robert Johnston <anaerin at gmail.com>
>    > Ah, sarcasm. I am indeed fully trained in it's use, being as I'm from
>    > the UK originally.
> It wasn't sarcasm!  I actually thought the oil-immersion was a great idea.
> (It's just that it's -also- used in high-pressure environments...)

Ah. I thought perhaps you were equating his home theatre system to a
high-pressure environment (Which, if the WAF suddenly takes a
nosedive, could be true, but not in the way originally mentioned).

It appears I was perhaps reading a little much into the message.

> Unfortunately later mail makes it seem the heatsink might not be his
> only problem...

True enough. Though if he really wants to go small, he could break out
a soldering iron and "reallocate" the audio headers. It's not too
difficult, apparently, but you need a very steady hand, and some good
solder wick.
Robert "Anaerin" Johnston

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