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    any know of a relativly simple way to convert an AT power supply to ATX?

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    I donno how that post jumped here, oops.

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    what are you talking about LW? i am asking how to convert an AT power supply to ATX.....

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    well, however you do it, you will not have the standby 5volts, other than that, you could probably just use a switchmode 3.3volt regulator on the 5volt rail...

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