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    Isn't the 945GSE supposed to be the low power version of the 945? Wonder why it needs 50W?

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    Quote Originally Posted by strikeback03 View Post
    Isn't the 945GSE supposed to be the low power version of the 945? Wonder why it needs 50W?
    I have no idea.... but I read the manual for the M4, and figured out that I can actually power 3 of these MoBos on 1 M4-ATX.
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    We now have the board for sale.
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    Also I want to make a correction. The board does not require 12V at 4 amps. More on the lines of 12V at 2 amps. I guess Mini-Box doesnt know what they are talking about, and or they just wanted me to waste money on extra PSUs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Also I want to make a correction. The board does not require 12V at 4 amps. More on the lines of 12V at 2 amps. I guess Mini-Box doesnt know what they are talking about, and or they just wanted me to waste money on extra PSUs.
    In mini-box's defence - if you fully loaded up all the ports you could probably go over 4 amps. 4 usb ports fully loaded would take 2amps, add the wifi, cpu, gfx, dvi, serial, kb, and you could probably pass 4 amps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiberoptic View Post
    In mini-box's defence - if you fully loaded up all the ports you could probably go over 4 amps. 4 usb ports fully loaded would take 2amps, add the wifi, cpu, gfx, dvi, serial, kb, and you could probably pass 4 amps.
    LOL, my bad for not clarifying. With all the basics, like board, RAM (2GB) and 2.5 HDD, ethernet, keyboard and mouse, its 2 amps. Other stuff will make it higher.
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    im failing to see the point of having a dc-dc converter when you cant use it but with a regulated feed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trader007 View Post
    im failing to see the point of having a dc-dc converter when you cant use it but with a regulated feed...
    Well its to use with a power brick, like for laptops. Instead of using a PSU, you could simply buy a car adapter and use that instead. No PSU required. In my case, I am buying these for their height. They are super slim, so I can stack them easily. I plan to use two M4-ATX power supplies to power all 6 of them.
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    oh i do sort of understand now... its like half a power supply.. it just takes 12v in and divides it up to the 12+ 5+ and 3.3v lines accordingly with its own voltage reducers, but the feed supply cant be filtered onboard because it would take up too much space?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trader007 View Post
    oh i do sort of understand now... its like half a power supply.. it just takes 12v in and divides it up to the 12+ 5+ and 3.3v lines accordingly with its own voltage reducers, but the feed supply cant be filtered onboard because it would take up too much space?
    Exactly..... also it would cost more. I want to say this MoBo can be compared to a laptop MoBo, which has its own PSU, but the power brick does the power regulation for clean 12v power.
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