Re: power supply calculator
- From: Paul <nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2008 14:45:56 -0400
Andy Burns wrote:
On 29/06/2008 17:21, Gdareos wrote:
On the ASUS website, there's a PSU calculator, but it doesn't work.
It doesn't appear to like firefox, works in IE6 for me.
A couple of the Asus pages are like that - they work in IE6 but
not in Firefox.
In any case, you're not missing anything. The Asus web page, rounds
to the nearest 50 watts, so tells you the power is 50W, 100W, 150W,
200W etc. And when it decides to switch from one value to the next,
does not inspire my confidence.
For selecting a power supply, what you also want to know, is total
amperes on heavily loaded rails, like the 12V rail.
There is only one online power calculator that I liked, and the
web site has been shut for several years. An ideal power calculator
web site, should offer a spreadsheet output display, showing what
all component values for the power are. This allows verification