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Thread: New product: DCDC-USB (DC-DC converter with USB interface)

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    Sounds like a typical spam, is there anything with reference to mini-box or is it vague? It'd be interesting to see the email headers to see where it's coming from (I work for a large anti-spam company).

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    FWIW: I purchased this device from Mini-Box/iTuner. They're relatively close to where I live so if I had any trouble I'd just head to their office.

    Anyway, the device is nice but it is missing documentation. So far there's nothing to show you how to set voltages via the USB connection, there's no documentation for programming the device and no driver support. I fear that this device is missing many things and was brought in a little early. It'd be really nice for it to output 19VDC for my Zotac IONITX-A-U but that is only settable via USB. You're stuck with 5,6,9,12,13.5,18 & 24 VDC via the jumpers.

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    Want to review this product? Check this out.

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    There is software for it, but it's beta so you have to ask. It looks pretty much done though.

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    piotr, heres the header

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    mailed-by bounces.netsuite.com

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    well that makes it an excelent choice to power a laptop, and now that im planning to buy a new mobo in the next couple of days i might even get the zotac a-u instead of the d-e...concidering this PSU, what do you think i should go with ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by descries View Post
    well that makes it an excelent choice to power a laptop, and now that im planning to buy a new mobo in the next couple of days i might even get the zotac a-u instead of the d-e...concidering this PSU, what do you think i should go with ?
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    first of all i think you should read through the forum first, usually all questions have already been asked and answered.
    2nd. i do recommend going with the zotac a-u, that the board i went with.
    check out my review of this PSU with the zotac A-U board in the review palace.
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