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    Cmon, can I please get some feed back of what you think of the supply??
    Yeah, I also added an inductor to the input, and replaced the main filter cap from what is shown in the first picture..
    It seems like it will be able to power my system without a problem, but I am yet to test it properly.
    It will have to be run directly from the battery, because there is too much of a voltage drop when using the cig lighter socket..
    PLEASE GIVE ME SOME FEED BACK!!!!!!

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    dont u get the feeling that no-one really cares?
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    Yeah, well, No, why would I get that idea??

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    Cos thats the fact WE DONT!
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    comeon guys give this kid a break ... go on skinny ,,,

    Keep trying till you see your house on fire .. :-) or you see your project complete which ever is earlier.

    How the hell can u connect the AC mains to this project ... you lost it man ...

    MASTERO

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    wad, I didn do id in purpose..
    I was using a standard mains power socket, and was testing the power supply in the house, (and humming as I went) and wasn't paying attebtion to what I was doing, and picked up the mains cable, (that was plugged into a power point and turned on) and plugged it into the back of the computer..
    simple really..

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    Closed. I'm really sick of SkinnyBoy not paying attention to others, and I'm sick of others bashing him for it.

    SkinnyBoy: Everyone gave you their opinions on your power supply when you first proposed it, and that's probably the reason they aren't sharing them now. When you have another prototype, feel free to post information about. I know that I am very anxious to be proven wrong when your supply works. It means that there IS a low cost way to make a DC-DC.

    Everyone else: Leave SkinnyBoy alone. If you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say it. Remember that constructive criticism is useful, criticism is just useless and wastes everyone's time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgoodman
    lol, a p100 @75 generates way more heat than it does at 100 or overclocked at 120
    Pardon me for asking, but why??????

    I dont work with cpu's that slow so maybe they different, just sounds odd to me.
    Lez, more widely known as flez1966

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    OMG I just re-read this thread, mains power, half built psu made for 12v in? your still alive............

    No stop now before you hurt yourself, using a mains in socket was a disaster waiting to happen, as I guess you know, but the fact that you did this should tell you something.......
    Lez, more widely known as flez1966

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    Quote Originally Posted by lez
    OMG I just re-read this thread, mains power, half built psu made for 12v in? your still alive............

    No stop now before you hurt yourself, using a mains in socket was a disaster waiting to happen, as I guess you know, but the fact that you did this should tell you something.......
    Did you look at the dates when you re-read it

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