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    Thanks glad you liked the simple idea.

    I'd love one to see working my system but this year things have not been going well and I'm saving up to buy myself back into a job


    KyrGyzstan ??????????

    I cant even say it nevermind find it!

    Respect to you for your design.
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    Thanks glad you liked the simple idea.

    KyrGyzstan ??????????

    I cant even say it nevermind find it!
    Oh, many peoples asks me where is my country
    Here is some info.
    Kyrgyzstan (formerly Kirghizia) is a rugged country with the Tien Shan mountain range covering approximately 95% of the whole territory. The mountaintops are perennially covered with snow and glaciers. Kyrgyzstan borders Kazakhstan on the north and northwest, Uzbekistan in the southwest, Tajikistan in the south, and China in the southeast. The republic is the same size in area as the state of Nebraska.
    Here is a small map http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/ima...kyrgyzstan.jpg
    I am living in Bishkek and all my free winter time I spend by downhill skying not far from Bishkek- there is a very high mountains, freeride - you know.
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    Ok - first beta testing unit is gone , if someone wants to take a part in beta testing - please make preorder by PM or e-mail. All news I'll write on the first page of this thread.
    Not many peoples needs high power PSUs, also now I am developing , non-isolated, high protected light version of this psu-near 200W. It will have a smaller size and weight, functionality like 400W Pilot PSU, near 200W of power and LOW PRICE - about 100$ for market what do you think about it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MibMib View Post
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    Oh, many peoples asks me where is my country
    Here is some info.
    Kyrgyzstan (formerly Kirghizia) is a rugged country with the Tien Shan mountain range covering approximately 95% of the whole territory. The mountaintops are perennially covered with snow and glaciers. Kyrgyzstan borders Kazakhstan on the north and northwest, Uzbekistan in the southwest, Tajikistan in the south, and China in the southeast. The republic is the same size in area as the state of Nebraska.
    Here is a small map http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/ima...kyrgyzstan.jpg
    I am living in Bishkek and all my free winter time I spend by downhill skying not far from Bishkek- there is a very high mountains, freeride - you know.
    Hi, It' s amazing. Your small country has so many neighboors. Does Kara-Balta means something like black marsh.

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    Hi, It' s amazing. Your small country has so many neighboors. Does Kara-Balta means something like black marsh.
    Hi. Kara-Balta means "Black Axe", it's a small city
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    Quote Originally Posted by MibMib View Post
    near 200W of power and LOW PRICE - about 100$ for market what do you think about it ?
    Can I suggest, from a marketing point, to aim at 250w, because the market has 200w supplies, unless it would push up the cost etc.
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    Can I suggest, from a marketing point, to aim at 250w, because the market has 200w supplies, unless it would push up the cost etc.
    I think, yes but not sure. I'll try to do this but there is one problem - did you hear about "cross loading characteristics" of power supplies? so all I need to know - which current on each rail you needs. I can take reference like atx 12vxx or another 250w cross loading - 120w 5+3.3V rails , and near 130w 12v rail.
    What do you think?- is it enough 130w on 12v rail (10,84 Amps) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MibMib View Post
    Hi. Kara-Balta means "Black Axe", it's a small city
    Hi again. You know I asked you about kara-balta because I noticed something that i usually dont. But i should say exactly the right meaning and not black marsh. That is why !!! This name mean something in Greek. Kara in greek means black and balta means exactly a small tool like axe. Is there any connection whith Greece? Obviously ancient greeks. Alexander or something? Also Talas seems like an ancient greek word.

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    please sorry for offtop
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    Is there any connection whith Greece? Obviously ancient greeks. Alexander or something?
    I think it's could be. There is many legends about issyk-kul lake - on the bottom of this lake , under water, covered about 5 cities, scientists found some things which could be Alexander's. Also Kyrgyzstan stays on "Great Silk Road".
    Also in 2006 was great news :
    Grave of Apostle Matthew, possibly, found in Armenian monastery on Issyk-Kul Lake

    Kyrgyz archeologists are sure that they have found the grave of Apostle Matthew in the Armenian monastery on the shore of Issyk-Kul lake, says archeologist Vladimir Ploskikh.

    He says that this summer his expedition carried out excavations on the north-eastern shore of Issyk-Kul and found the Armenian monastery, which, according to a map of XIV, is the place where Apostle Matthew is buried.

    The legend says that Apostle Matthew died on his way to Greece after founding several Christian communities en route. The document kept in Venice says that there is an Armenian monastery in the place called “Issyk-Kul” and it is there that Apostle Matthew is buried.

    However, Ploskikh says that they need additional research to prove this fact, reports the Kyrgyz service of Radio Liberty.


    KIRGHIZ SCHOLARS HOPE TO FIND THE RELICS OF ST. MATTHEW IN MEDIEVAL CHURCH ON ISSYK KUL LAKE

    Interfax-Religion, Russia
    Sept 4 2006

    Bishkek, September 4, Interfax - Kirghiz scholars have discovered a
    medieval settlement and catacombs on Issyk Kul and hope to find there
    the burial place of St. Matthew, said Academician Vladimir Ploskikh,
    who leads an archeological expedition there.

    He has reported that the unique historic monument, which the medieval
    settlement and catacombs represent, has been discovered this summer
    in the Zayachy Peninsula at the north-eastern cost of Issyk Kul Lake
    in northern Kirghizia.

    The scholar believes this construction with monastic cells may well
    turn out to be the Armenian monastery where, as chronicles report,
    the apostle might have been buried.

    Dr. Ploskykh says some references to the church are made even in the
    diary of famous traveler Semenov Tyan-Shansky; the monastery is also
    marked at a Catalan map in Venice.

    At the same time, the scholar says all the hypothesis about the
    discovery of the monastery where St. Matthew was buried 'still need
    to be confirmed'.

    'The data discovered has to be processed. But if our assumptions
    are justified Kirghizia will have a unique chance to join the world
    religious culture and become a new route for pilgrims', Ploskykh noted.
    Also this lake never freezes in winter time - around it snow but water isn't frozen!!!
    There is a lot of natural's magic happens.

    Sorry for offtop again
    p.s. If somebody also interesting about my country - you can use global search or PM me please.
    Good Luck.
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    Thanks MibMib that was interesting. And of course, sorry for my out of topic question but it is very impressive to find in a country so far away names like when your are home.

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