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    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy:
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    MAN!!!!!!
    its a friggin P100 underclocked to 75, it came out of a bin, do you really think I care it I trash it??
    Same with the HD, its 1GIG!!!
    also came from in a bin..QB]
    and that powersupply your trying will find its way to the bin very soon....
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    and why is that???????!!!!!!

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    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy:
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    MAN!!!!!!
    its a friggin P100 underclocked to 75, it came out of a bin, do you really think I care it I trash it??
    Same with the HD, its 1GIG!!!
    also came from in a bin..

    [ 12-04-2001: Message edited by: SkinnyBoy ]</STRONG>

    lol, a p100 @75 generates way more heat than it does at 100 or overclocked at 120

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    OK, OK...If there's nothing constructive to add I'll just close the thread...

    We've all been through this before, and it got nowhere. Some people choose to learn via trial and error, and he's not harming anyone else by wasting his own time.
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    hey aaron ... i think its high time .. this topic .. is closed

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    Okay, well I managed to get my hands on the digital camera and took some pictures..
    So, here is a link to the page...
    My simple, cheap, trashed power supply..

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    That's why you always use junk loads when testing unproven designs, buddy.

    Too bad about your hardware, that's shabby. Better luck next time.

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    No, you see, I wasn't testingit, I already had, but I wanted to see if it could power the celery 400, which was sitting on the floor with lots of cables behind it, and as I plugged the cables in, I accidently picked up, and plugged the the mains cord into the DC-DC power supply..
    I blew a house fuse, and teh supply, and everything that was plugged into it..
    YAY!!!!!!!!

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    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy:
    <STRONG>I blew a house fuse, and teh supply, and everything that was plugged into it..
    YAY!!!!!!!!</STRONG>
    Heh. Well, it's like they say, if you're gonna make a mistake, make it a big one.

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    yeah, well, that doesn't really help much..
    so, what did you think of the supply??

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