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    Ah, ok, the current psus don't provide 12v in...

    Ah, ok, the current psus don't provide 12v in standby. But they do provide 5vsb? With a converter that could be converted to 12v?
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    12V only psu and motherboards

    I am a bit lazy, so I'l just ask: will current psus be usable for 12v only motherboards just with a change of cables or did they change something else in the standard to prevent this?
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    Ok, thanks.

    Ok, thanks.
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    Enermax Triatlor Eco 350

    Is it decent or bad? Looking to get a used one to power my dowload/nas pc. Specs:
    I5 3450
    Z77 itx
    8gb ddr3 1600
    1 ssd
    1 hdd
  5. Thread: dc-dc psu

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    Yup, it's working already, but it's temporarily...

    Yup, it's working already, but it's temporarily powered by a regular psu, which I have for testing purposes.
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    In short, I'm a complicated person :cool:

    In short, I'm a complicated person :cool:
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    It's approx 5m of cable and the max load...

    It's approx 5m of cable and the max load guesstimate is 50W so I am sure that 8g is very over the top. As I said it's an option, I didn't say I am doing it.
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    Ok, would a brick for a security camera be better...

    Ok, would a brick for a security camera be better or worse? It's even cheaper :P
    What would you suggest to use as a power source for a dc-dc psu?

    Another option is to run 2 wires across the room...
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    Can you elaborate on the shitty part? Volatage...

    Can you elaborate on the shitty part? Volatage out of specs? Ripple? Something else?

    An example of what I could use:...
  10. Thread: dc-dc psu

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    dc-dc psu

    I plan to use a led power supply 12V and the following dc-dc psu to power my router (pc based), modem and switch:...
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    I see you have overclocked your CPU, do you plan...

    I see you have overclocked your CPU, do you plan to overclock the graphics card?
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    Evga powerlink

    https://www.techpowerup.com/259469/power-matters-with-evga-powerlink-clean-up-your-power-and-system

    Wtf, peak to peak 1V? Where did they find such crappy power supply.
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    I can imagine that, but is it possible? Are PSUs...

    I can imagine that, but is it possible? Are PSUs smart enough devices that you could do that with a firmware update?
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    Nowadays you can brick almost anything, because...

    Nowadays you can brick almost anything, because of upgrade-ability and only a tiny amount actually gets bricked and even then, most things can be recovered.
    In general, upgrade-ability is a must...
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    As Stefan said with modern hardware power...

    As Stefan said with modern hardware power consumption is more dependent on frequency increase than voltage increase, but certainly both increase power draw and heat.


    In some more, than other......
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    https://www.techspot.com/review/1883-overclocking-...

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1883-overclocking-radeon-rx-5700/
    5700XT becomes quite inefficient, when sufficiently overclocked.
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    Same here. I hope they don't run directly from...

    Same here.

    I hope they don't run directly from mains voltage.
  18. how good or safe are the built-in protections?

    Perhaps a bit offtopic, but still; how good or safe are the built-in protections? For example if you are diagnosing a problem and repeatedly trip the psu multiple times? Can the protection circuitry...
  19. You need a pretty capable PSU to torture vega64...

    You need a pretty capable PSU to torture vega64 with increased power limit (and OCed) with furmark ;) Especially if you have an OCed ocata-core system running prim95 at the same time :D
    Anyway, vega...
  20. Are you using chill feature? It has been written...

    Are you using chill feature? It has been written a few times it can cause problems with power supply.
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    You can (only) be sure for stock cable to...

    You can (only) be sure for stock cable to supports it. You can be reasonably sure of brand name cables to support approx. what they promise, but if they don't sell 100W cables then you are out of...
  22. Nope, I have no idea (better or worse), but that...

    Nope, I have no idea (better or worse), but that doesn't mean I have to agree with what Trump is doing. Just because someone (Trump) finally decided to act isn't an excuse for the sledgehammer...
  23. Trumps approach ;)

    Trumps approach ;)
  24. You can post a ton of examples I still think this...

    You can post a ton of examples I still think this sledgehammer approach is wrong. Other than that, I agree that something should be done, or even better, have been, at the start.
    From what I know...
  25. Hardly an excuse for the sledgehammer approach...

    Hardly an excuse for the sledgehammer approach...
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