i believe this is a 12volt board. at least that is what it looks like
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this ASUS deluxe it's 12volt's board? or not? i not understand....
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SleepyZomby is probably right. I made an assumption which is probably incorrect.
Nearly every asus DC power supply is 19 volts, this is probably the same. When you get the board, the power supply it comes with will almost definitely have the voltage printed on it. If not, you can always check with a multimeter.
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Any update on this, I'm looking to get the same board. I'm thinkin the P1900 or 2140 would do the deed, and I've been looking around for other options and can't quite find anything I'm really comfortable with.
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on the power supply-- there is a spot that says "OUTPUT" it is a little blurry in your pic, so i can't tell wheather it reads 10,13,14,15,16,18,or 19 volts output, but that is the number you want to look at when looking for a power supply.
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