Re: PSU died. Has it killed my motherboard too?
- From: Robbie McFerren <robbie.mcferren@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 16:47:53 -0500
Thanks for the replies, the broken-down PSU spec (of which I have noBefore tossing the motherboard use standard motherboard troubleshooting procedures. (erase CMOS if that does not work remove battery and unplug power for 15 min, if that does not work do over but boot without battery to see if it will boot that way).
real understanding!) is as follows :-
"Win Power" switching power supply, model ATX-450. Max
output power = 450W. Input : 115VAC 10A max, 60Hz 230VAC, 5A max
50Hz. Output : +12V 20A max, +5V 40A max, +3.3V 28A max, -5V 0.5A
max, -12V 0.8A max, +5V/SB 2.0A max.
So was this good enough to run my machine?...because no doubt the
dealer will just replace it with like for like. If anyone recommends
a particular PSU what is it, and how much will it cost in the UK?
From what I described then does this sound like my motherboard has
gone too?...or can someone suggest why the machine wont boot?
I deal with substandard equipment all the time so send me an email (the address is valid).
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