And how do you know this??? yeah, so, the mosfets get hot with no-load, so, how is that a fire hazard?? even if they do overheat, the power supply wouldn't cause a fire unless the mosfets are resting against something flamable, and why would you do that??
Originally posted by kingtweeter:
<STRONG>I would make sure and put that thing in a metal box far away from anything combustable with a really good fan.Or have really good fire insurance..... when the fan quits.At least Jeff's or Sproggy's would probably run for a hour or two without a fan running,from looking at the size of the heat sink.After all those were made to run in a vehicle,unlike all of these modified psu's.Nothing against Presslab neat idea but looks like a fire hazard,the keypower psu will have the same problem alittle to much summer heat and a slow running fan BYE_BYE psu</STRONG>