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    Question ATX Power Good?

    Does anyone know if you can use the Mk. 2.6 design for power good for an ATX motherboard?

    I was just wondering since the the 2.6 was designed for AT motherboards i believe, which uses a delayed 5v signal as power good.

    Would ATX use 3.3v or 5v for power good? does atx need power good at all?

    Thanks.

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    the 2.6 is designed with power good and 3.3 or 5 any will do for powergood

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    Ok, i got all my parts! gonna start as soon as you send me the mk2.6 PCB

    The $5 is on it's way in paypal

    thanks mastero!

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    on its way

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    Hey Mastero,

    I was just wondering if you could update me on the PCB i ordered. Any idea when I should be expecting it? I haven't seen anything in the mail recently.

    Thanks
    Jay

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    Hold your horse its traveling around the globe

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    sorry just can't wait..

    got all the parts and must solder!!!!

    oh yeah, also I accidentally bought a SMD version of the MUR120

    would this be ok if I just connect it to wires? Or am I going to have a hell of a hard time with this?

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by JesTa784
    sorry just can't wait..

    got all the parts and must solder!!!!

    oh yeah, also I accidentally bought a SMD version of the MUR120

    would this be ok if I just connect it to wires? Or am I going to have a hell of a hard time with this?

    Thanks
    I accidently bought a couple of SM ICs when I was building my PSU. I just cut the legs off some resistors and used them with little blobs of solder on the IC legs. Worked well and felt quite strong once mounted on protoboard.
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