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    I finally decided to buy a DC-DC power supply, and the Arise ACE-865V ($79) suited just fine to me. So i made a order to them to Portugal. They said delivery to Portugal was gonna cost me $70! Has anyone from Europe ordered the same power supply and paid this amount?
    mpt

  • #2
    they wanted 149 bux to post it to melbourne australia

    i told em where to shove that



    cheers

    pcman
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    • #3
      really???
      is that like ontop of the $79 to buy the thing, so thats $US149 which makes it about $AU300
      um..i'll give that a miss too.
      How did u end up powering your system then pcman?

      my other option is to get some one in the states to buy me one and ship it, with me covering all costs, got to be cheaper than that!
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      • #4
        yes 149 on top of the psu

        a friend of mine built me a dc-dc

        he takes orders but dont expect much change from $200au and 3 weeks to build it

        he makes em to your specs

        he is currently doing a price on a atx dc-dc
        about 200w for bootyslap

        cheers
        pcman
        interested gimme a email
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        • #5
          he is currently doing a price on a atx dc-dc
          about 200w for bootyslap
          hmmm...

          Well..
          Not like I want to steal his money or something, but,

          I'm like living on the other side off the globe,

          Do you think, when he has designed, build and tested the psu he would be so kind to share that information with us ?

          with something like a schematic ??? (hehehe)

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          • #6
            well he prolly would but i dont have any schematics

            basicaly its like sproggys using easy to get parts in australia

            cheers
            pcman
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            • #7
              Originally posted by pcman:
              <STRONG>yes 149 on top of the psu

              a friend of mine built me a dc-dc

              he takes orders but dont expect much change from $200au and 3 weeks to build it

              he makes em to your specs

              he is currently doing a price on a atx dc-dc
              about 200w for bootyslap

              cheers
              pcman
              interested gimme a email
              </STRONG>
              I would be very interested, but I live on Europe, the other(dark) side of the Earth, and that would take also a lot of money just to send it to Portugal making the PSU even more expensive. Well, maybe iŽll just have to hear the "buzz" of the inverter all day and all night.

              mpt
              mpt

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