Most of the power was on the 3.3V and 5V lines. I had two 1 ohm resistors loading those lines, while running the PC and hard drive. So not a whole lot on the 12V line (just the hard drive). The 12V is not used for too much, I've hooked 3 drives up at once to test it, and they worked fine. I need a different load resistor to really test it all correctly, but it's good enough for me.
Originally posted by Raas:
<STRONG>Yeah.. me too..
Finnally a way to decent power..
Well, I'm going to take a psu apart, just to see if I can follow what they are talking about..
This just sound too interesting...
Hell.. I even want to make a website if I weren't going on a holiday in a couple of days :) (another 1,5 days to work)
Quick Question PressLab:
You said you did some testing.. and said that you had 60w of power with an 7v input.
Does this only concern the 12v line ? or is it the total power on all the voltages ? Just curious... Would be great to see that you could pump out 12v @ 5A with just an 7v input..
Keep up the good work mate !!!