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Thread: Shuttle owners please read. 110/230V psu

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    Shuttle owners please read. 110/230V psu

    I might get a Shuttle SS-51G from the states, and I wonder if the psu has a switch for changing between 110 and 230 volt input or only 110?

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    I have the SS-40G and it not does have this selector.

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    It auto-detects the voltage as ether 110 or 230.

    Oh, and get the SG-41. It's cheaper (with the cost of the processer) and Intel sucks.
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    Ok, so there is a sticker saying input voltage 110-230? thanks then.

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    Yeah, it does. I think it is 110-240, I'll check when I get home.
    Comp. Specs:Shuttle SS40G, Athlon XP 1700+, 256MB DDR, 40GB HD, Belkin Desktop 802.11b card (good range), SB 128 sound (onboard is a bit noisy), DVD ROM
    Toshiba 100CS laptop, P75 40mb ram, 550MB HD, Megahertz LAN/modem PC card, modified to run off 12VDC

    Other stuff:Generic USB hub & USB to serial adapters, BS2SX power control system w/battery buffer, Jazz 300W Inverter, FM Modulator, Palm Vx, & GPS

    Status: 80% complete (Almost done with the controle boxes)

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    As to the "Intel Sucks" - I use Intel because they generate less heat! The AMD chips can be real cookers in the tight places like a Shuttle or 1u server.

    Same goes for laptops.

    A desktop AMD processor is about the hottest ever made.

    I use both, just pointing out that there are reasons to use Intel.

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