Re: Power Supply for Asus P4T-e
- From: "DMP" <dianempnospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 18:27:27 -0400
My thanks to you Paul & Frank for your answers.
I have given my husband the info you both provided. He is an electronics
hobbyist and said he believes he could construct an adapter with little or
I looked at the 6 pin pci-e connectors and they are not the same physical
connector as our 6pin auxiliary; the voltages are not the same either.
We will read the links in both of your messages and then take some course of
Take a look at this link....will the second adapter on the page do the trick
or is this one of the things Paul refers to as a "feel good" exercise rather
then a problem's solution?
The folks here in this group helped me a great deal when we updated my PC
with a new mobo/CPU/Memory a few months ago. I never knew of Memtest or
heard of it, because there was no need, but it saved me from going insane.
It was because someone here was kind enough to help me. I was/am very
grateful for the help I received. The spouse did all the hardware...he got
off easy. I suffered with flashing BIOS's, motherboard drivers, memory
errors and changing configurations in the BIOS and a couple of chats with
M$oft about the number of my installs.
But, in any event, thanks to all for helping. Now we are about to
cannibalize an old PC to use as a backup.
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