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    I just installed windows on a P4 using this power supply.

    I am actually typing this post on this machine being powered by my new power supply. Right now I have the input set to 8 volts. It's pulling a peak of 11 amps off the input with the 8 volt input. It has a CDRW hooked up, a floppy, a harddrive, a 2ghz P4, an Intel 845GLAD mobo with 512 megs of ram, Deskstar 7200 rpm drive and cpu fan.



    ^^^Here we are installing windows




    ^^^Here we are looking at the power draw, peaks at 8 amps input with a 13 volt input.


    ^^^ Here is another view...



    ^^^ Here is a closeup. It is running at 32 degrees C. You can't even tell if it's warm!!


    Don't try to do this with your opus.. :-(
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    Jeff,

    Thats very impresseive

    Your colour tek scope is even more impressive J/K

    11Amps peak thats a fiar bit whats the mean current draw like
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danceheaven
    Jeff,

    Thats very impresseive

    Your colour tek scope is even more impressive J/K

    11Amps peak thats a fiar bit whats the mean current draw like
    With the PC just doing normal stuff with a 12 volt input it is around 5 amps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zootjeff
    With the PC just doing normal stuff with a 12 volt input it is around 5 amps.

    Thats on par with epia boards
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    do you still wanna sell one of those for $100 for beta testing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88hondapreludes
    do you still wanna sell one of those for $100 for beta testing?
    Yes.

    I am going to put up a paypal thing on my website..

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    well tell me when you get the paypal link up. and will this version come with a case and fan?

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    I am interested in one after testing is done.... Please let us know when it is ready for public consumption.
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    Definitely interested as well.. =)

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    Extremely impressive. For now my M10000 w/ M1ATX will do.. but later on, this would be a nice upgrade...

    Nice lab too

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