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søndag, 21. januar 2007, 09:59


Hey. Jeg tænker på ny PSU og har kigget på Corsairs 520W & 620W, men de er ens pånær 5V linjen. Og så slog det mig hvad der egentlig trækkes af 5V linjen?

Corsair Spec Alpha Red Custom, dual rad + single rad in front - Intel 7600k@4.9 1,24 vcore watercooled - 8GB Geil Forza DDR4 3000mhz - 450W Thermaltake SMART PSU - Kingston HyperX 240GB SSD - Asus GTX1060.

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søndag, 21. januar 2007, 11:42


Det tog lidt tid at finde, men her er det:


The 3.3- and 5-volts are typically used by digital circuits, while the 12-volt is used to run motors in disk drives and fans. The main specification of a power supply is in watts. A watt is the product of the voltage in volts and the current in amperes or amps. If you have been around PCs for many years, you probably remember that the original PCs had large red toggle switches that had a good bit of heft to them. When you turned the PC on or off, you knew you were doing it. These switches actually controlled the flow of 120 volt power to the power supply.

Today you turn on the power with a little push button, and you turn off the machine with a menu option. These capabilities were added to standard power supplies several years ago. The operating system can send a signal to the power supply to tell it to turn off. The push button sends a 5-volt signal to the power supply to tell it when to turn on. The power supply also has a circuit that supplies 5 volts, called VSB for "standby voltage" even when it is officially "off", so that the button will work.


http://computer.howstuffworks.com/power-supply.htm


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søndag, 21. januar 2007, 11:51


ok havde foretrukket det på dansk, men thx

Corsair Spec Alpha Red Custom, dual rad + single rad in front - Intel 7600k@4.9 1,24 vcore watercooled - 8GB Geil Forza DDR4 3000mhz - 450W Thermaltake SMART PSU - Kingston HyperX 240GB SSD - Asus GTX1060.

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søndag, 21. januar 2007, 12:53


Citeret

Originally posted by hot_fifty
ok havde foretrukket det på dansk, men thx


Man kan sq ik få alt serveret :)


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