Day: October 6, 2017
A computer needs compatible parts for it to work properly. Failure to use compatible parts can result in the computer does not work. The main components that need to work together is the motherboard, central processing unit (CPU) and random access memory (RAM). You can select all the other components based on what is available on the motherboard.
The CPU will determine what type of motherboard you can get, which in turn determines the number of other components. The two aspects of the CPU, which are the most important in terms of compatibility are the socket and the front side bus speed. The socket is the physical interface between the CPU and the motherboard. The front side bus speed is the speed at which information is transferred between the CPU and the motherboard.
The motherboard size does not matter as long as it fits in with the case.
Choose a case that can fit the motherboard and accommodate all other components of the computer you want to build. Make sure there is enough space for airflow. If the components are very tight together, they can overheat.
The motherboard requires specific types of speeds and RAM memory sizes. Consult your motherboard manual for RAM compatible sizes and speeds. Many manuals list motherboards RAM that has been verified and tested.
The hard drive (s) and drive (s) disk must use a connector that is compatible with the motherboard. The connectors can be IDE or SATA. The motherboard can have two types of connectors, but if you have SATA, use it instead of IDE, because of a faster transfer rate than IDE.
The types of cards used depend on what type of connector available on the motherboard. Many cards now use PCI-X interfaces, then you need to make sure your motherboard has enough of these available slots.
Some video cards use the special power PCI-X. If this is the case, the power supply must have that type of connector for the card to work. Make sure there are enough power connectors from the power supply to turn on all units.
Have you tried to make a pool party? That legal date to celebrate is coming and you decided to take advantage of the pool environment to celebrate?
Today let’s talk a little of what you need to do to accomplish the party peaceful way pool and what needs to be done so that the party can be fun for everyone, including you, the owner of the pool!
The key to a successful party at the pool is preparation.
They are invitations, menus, helpers, environment, own pool, and a number of other things that need to be prepared with some advance in order to avoid pitfalls that could damage the pool party.
The more you can do in advance, the longer you will have to enjoy the party.
Start with at least one month in advance. Give yourself this time it can be many things to deal with a very short time.
The first item that you need to have to make the party is the guest list. Make a list on the computer, on the phone or even a sheet of paper. Include all the people you want to come.
The recommendation is to avoid calling a lot of people, after all, your pool has a capacity and the house as a whole as well.
It is difficult to determine a limit of people but you can try to call twice the capacity of the pool , for example.
If you can imagine your pool with a maximum of 30 people, making 60 invitations might be a good idea. Imagine that not all enter the water at the same time but keep in mind that it may well come to pass.
Draw many people to the party by the pool, in addition to being safe, it can lead to complications with food, drink and also with its own space in the house.
At this point, let your imagination fly! Handmade invitations are cool and convey a more personal air. On the other hand, they may be too much work and take the time you do not have.
Perhaps a good option, if you are not in a long time, is to buy pre-printed invitations in which you just need to write the guest’s name, the location and time of the party.
There is also a number of online tools to make invitations. A good example is the Canva . There you have even a number of ready to use and can change them without limitations.
Today we’ll talk a bit about the exchange of the pool filter sand.
We already know that water filtration is an important step in the physical treatment of the pool.
We should not underestimate this step with the risk of having a milky pool, whitish, with an opaque appearance.
Many people ignore and a lot of people make the exchange the sand filter and do not even know why!
First let’s talk about the time of the exchange of the sand filter …
The changing of the pool filter sand takes place on two occasions:1- lack sand in the filter.
1. lack sand in the filter.
2. When one realizes the sand filter saturated.
The sand filter generally does not diminish in considerable amount when in use within the filter (despite losing a bit of sand whenever you make a backwash).
But it may happen so, the level of sand in the filter decrease due to some problem in the filter.
The most common problem that leads to loss of sand, is when there is a defect in a filter part called crepina.
When some crepina breaks into the filter, the filter loses some of filtration capacity and will gradually losing its sand.
It is easy to see when the filter crepina breakage because during operation of the filter, it throws sand into the pool for return nozzles.
Usually only realize the sand when it stops at the bottom of the pool.
And when the sand filter is saturated?
We say that the sand filter becomes saturated when it is so dirty that lose their filtering capacity.
Some accelerate the process of saturation of the filter sand:
Using aluminum sulfate vacuuming the pool filtering after using aluminum sulfate as a decanter is extremely harmful to the sand filter since it combines the sand it.
So, all that sand actually has seen a lot of “gravel” and we know that the higher are the grains of sand, the greater will be the dirt that will return to the pool through the same filter. (see our text where we explain why not use aluminum sulfate )
Suck a lot of dirt: many will wonder, after all the filter was made for this, however, when the pool is heavily soiled, it is interesting to note the possibility of vacuuming dirt to the sewer so that all that dirt does not pass through the sand filter.
Sometimes vacuuming the pool filtering is very harmful to the sand filter.
Lack of backwash: it is interesting to backwash and rinse the sand from the pool filter when the filter is no longer 100%!
If even after backwash and rinse filtration is not efficient, it is probably about time to replace the sand filter.