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Thread: Astec AA90304 DC/DC Good or Bad?

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    Question Astec AA90304 DC/DC Good or Bad?

    Subject sums it up pretty well. How many people have had success using this power supply? If it did work for you, what is all in your setup, and how many are you using?How many people did it not work for?
    Thanks in Advance
    My current plans and progress on my install Here

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    I just finished my player using the Astec power supply. I have no complaints. The power supply has protection against shorts and has been able to power a floppy, cd-rom and laptop drive continuosly. I will be constructing a site soon (probably a sub-domain here) with simple wiring schematics and plenty of photos. I purchased four of these power supplies just in case my friends started drooling! heh
    -Groove on

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    Just remember, it only works with AT motherboards, not ATX. It's missing the remote power-up and +3.3V connections needed by ATX boards. Other than that, it is a great bargain for use with AT boards.
    Jason Johnson
    Yorba Linda, California
    http://www.m2pc.com

    MPC Phase IV - *** PENDING ***

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