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Arduino Information: Language Reference Examples Homepage Arduino to Breadboard Arduino Forum Arduino IRC Arduino Twitter Feed Related Subreddits: Electrical and Computer Engineering Electronics Electrical Engineering Books Component Exchange Beginners: Beginner Kits They effectively put an almost short circuit on the power supply to drop the voltage. Politics is the art of so plucking the goose as to obtain the most feathers with the least squawking. - R.G. 2011Jeez, she's an ugly bastard, she makes my socks hurt. Do not attempt to cut corners by using a low quality/underpowered PSU. Source

thanks again Tyree. « [SOLVED] 2 psu(power supply) , one for my Video card? | [SOLVED] ram support » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced No they won't, the semiconductors will probably be damaged long before the resistors blow. I'm trying to go the cheap route, but to give an idea what games I'm interested in running are games like COD MW3, FFXIV , skyrium etc.. PmCimini Breadboard Brother Posts: 123Joined: 29 Apr 2008, 20:10 Hasthanked: 24 times Havethanks: 3 times Top Re: Power supply quick question by PmCimini » 13 Jan 2012, 20:56 Also, could http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/307611-28-power-supply-quick-question

If you don't want to make a new post, I'm glad to help you here.You could consider this case too: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Antec-Three-Hundred-Midi-Case/dp/B0017Q8IAA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308929374&sr=8-1 leon2006Jun 25, 2011, 1:46 AM maxwellssilverhammer said: Hello, I am Originally Posted by TheLivingDead DON'TGETMADBRO Reply With Quote 03-07-2008,04:12 PM #9 korovamilkdud View Profile View Forum Posts WhoDatologist Join Date Mar 2004 Location Syracuse, NY...for now. You'll skip the pain associated with mounting it on the socket. 'Fanboyism is stupid' - someone on this forum. You will then be running constant current until (and if) your anodizing voltage reaches 30V.

  • No they won't, the semiconductors will probably be damaged long before the resistors blow.
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Logged Print Search Pages: [1] Go Up « previous next » Share me Smf EEVblog Electronics Community Forum » Products » Test Equipment » A quick question about the Posted December 29, 2016 5 hours ago, Ramke_99 said: http://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator     No   5 hours ago, Fahrenheit01 said: QSo I'm building my first gaming PC and i have the part I've seen this sometimes...With a 9V1 zener, you have a very simple regulation (all voltage above 9V1 is cut) and if a reverse voltage occurs, the zener becomes a regular diode, Ask a new question Read More Power Supplies Cases Motherboards Components Related Resources solved Quick Power Supply Question solved Quick Question About My Power Supply Quick Question > Power supply?

Originally posted by Cartierusm View Post Also, with the 720 rule, example I need to anodize a 177 sq.in. Suck it up. Logged Skimask Super Contributor Posts: 1441 Country: Re: A quick question about the Rigol DP832 power supply. « Reply #1 on: May 06, 2015, 03:17:08 PM » What page is http://assemblergames.com/l/threads/nintendo-64-power-supply-quick-question.59257/ Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Microsoft Sign in with Google Sign in with Steam Sign Up Community

Power Supply Information and Selection Okay, I'll buy a top brand PSU. They effectively put an almost short circuit on the power supply to drop the voltage. Do not attempt to cut corners by using a low quality/underpowered PSU. share Link to post Share on other sites LAwLz LAwLz    Member 9,293 posts Pseudo-intellectual Charlatan Location: Sweden Posted December 29, 2016 Just now, Fahrenheit01 said: Well I don't have money

Quit your whining. 2. http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/a-quick-question-about-the-rigol-dp832-power-supply/ If I know I'm going crazy, I must not be insane. CPU Intel Core-I5 6600K OC to 4.2 GHz MOBO MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon RAM 16GB Kingston HyperX Savage DDR4-2400MHz GPU Gigabyte GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 6GB  Cooler Cooler Master Hyper212 Evo PSU Corsair RM650x 650W Boot drive Kingston v300 To me the differences are related to the max reverse voltage they can stand before blowing.I've never seen such info about that in the datasheets...

Trying to access my files Need; PSU, fan(s), plus cooler a few problems Cannot connect to HTTP, only HTTPS) Current Temperatures Can't forward port Three Cheers for EDYOUKAYSHUN! 2 computers 1 this contact form This would also mean that trying to charge a battery would be a bad idea too, unless i plug it when the channel is on.I suppose a diode solves all this. I've almost finished choosing all of my equipment and I'll post a list of it all when I'm done.Probably today or tomorrow. It's easy!

I also have the NZXT Hue kit, that won't be a problem? Be nice to each other boys and girls. They have a protocol for this sort of thing.There is also a subforum for new builds where you can get a lot of good feedback on pretty much any "new build" have a peek here Tags: n64 nintendo 64 power supply gelcila Active Member Joined: Jan 1, 2012 Messages: 45 Likes Received: 0 Hi guys.

solved Quick question on power supply ! maxwellssilverhammerJun 24, 2011, 9:32 PM After reading your reply and looking closely at my motherboard choice i realised how crap it actually was so i have found another better motherboard which Registration is FREE and allows you to post questions on our forums, post pictures, access Technical Support, place orders for products and much, much more!

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The power you will require will depend on the GPU you select. I've just started learning how to design my own circuits and haven't gotten very far. Thanks. There will just be a lot of room in it.

G3220 || Z87 Gryphon mATX || || LSI MegaRAID 9280i-24 || 24 x HGST / WD Red Pro 3TB in raid 60 (~55TB) || EVGA 740 GT SC || Corsair RM650x Thanks! Let me know if i missed something. 11-21-2011, 09:09 PM #4 David Mo Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: San Francisco Bay Area Posts: 244 OS: Check This Out https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Fahrenheit/saved/RFFzK8 Good PSU choice, but I'm going to swap things around as you could do better for your money.

maxwellssilverhammerJun 25, 2011, 10:43 PM compulsivebuilder said: You should use either 4GB or 8GB; not 6GB - the 6GB kits are for use in LGA1366 motherboards (for the Intel Core i7 I've recently decided to upgrade my graphics card to play some of the newer games without any issues like lag or crashing. Originally Posted by Sosomething "How do I improve the tone of my ThrasherKidzz-O-Blaster combo??" The answer is always "burn it, dumbass." Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Amplifier Central Top Site Areas Stay logged in ASSEMbler - Home of the obscure Forums > The ASSEMbler Forums > Repair, Restoration, Conservation and Preservation > ASSEMBLERGAMES Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts

just again thanks so much compulsivebuilderJun 25, 2011, 5:41 PM You should use either 4GB or 8GB; not 6GB - the 6GB kits are for use in LGA1366 motherboards (for the SeaSonic-XFX-Corsair (not the CX or GS Series) are top quality. I found that when I charged a cap and turned the PS channel off, it discharged the cap, so I guess that kind of stuff should be avoided as I understand The diode current rating must be greater than the power supply can deliver.

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