I still have a few (first edition) GxR-DIY Load Switch Modules available which might be interesting for some of your DIY projects (not only for PC but maybe also for Arduino, RC, 3D Printing, etc...?)
Asking for: EUR 15,- plus shipping (about EUR 17,50 per UPS to all major countries)...
First things first, big thank to @Thehack for his 12V guide, his helpfulness, and all what he brings to the sff community!
So this build is a backup for my MiniCube rig. I need one as I am working more from home lately (Good excuse huh? ;))
- Open-Smart B01 case (200*200*75mm)...
Some of you have probably seen how Josh | NFC hooked up a graphics card to a DeskMini A300 STX board.
Well, unfortunately the DYNAMO 360 used by Josh is currently not available so G-UNIQUE and REVOCCASES have teamed up to work on some alternative for the SFF.NETWORK forum members that works...
This is the power supply in question. As you can see, ripple ranges from 240-320, and ripple noise from 300-360. Before I start, I'm running a Radeon RX 570 (150W) and a 3300X (65W) on a B450I (35W), so the system total clocks in around 260W, giving it decent 300W headroom. As I understand it...
I was looking for a small 12V AC-DC unit and I found this interesting Meanwell unit on Mouser which is very slim with dimensions of 119*38*18mm.
However it appears to be a part of some larger configurable power supply unit and I haven't been able to find out if it is usable as a standalone...
I‘m working on the basics of a 12V project - details coming soon- and it needs a LOT of power, around the 550w mark to be precise:
I have a 210x54x40mm volume available for the PSU.
So far I came up with two possible solutions:
1) Two 2x4” Cosel Cosma GMA 300F with a compact load...
It looks like schematics for PDCBs are not easily available, at least I was unable to find one to look at when I wanted to. So I ended up tracing a spare board I've got. If you're wandering how these things work, what can and cannot be done, maybe thinking of doing something custom, well, here...
EPP-400 is a 400W PCB power supply series with a high power density and a 5″ x 3″ footprint. The unit accepts 80~264VAC input and offers various output voltages between 12V and 48V. The working efficiency is up to 94% and the no load power consumption is below 0.5W. EPP-400 can be used with both...
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ITX motherboard, no GPU
CPU Clearance: 48mm
Flexible Bay allows you to install 1 of the 3 configurations...
Pretty cute right? :D
What is it?
ONE2 DISTRO 400 is a versatile power distribution board with ripple suppression. It is designed to work with picoPSU, aka Plug In DC Board. It is compatible with any 12V power supply with a ripple of 240mV or lower.
It features, a first in...
I'm glad to share one of the projects I've been working on for quite some time.
Some of you may know my interest for thin-itx boards. I experimented quite a lot with various combinations of hardware and cases but Neutrino is by far my favourite project.
To make it short, I purchased...
Idea here is modifying from flex-ATX PSU with size 150x81.5x40.5mm, it's smaller than high power laptop brick (normal length is more than 200mm).
- Remove top cover and 40mm fan.
- Remove all cables, jump start PSU inboard.
- Install modular bracket but only 2x 8pin CPU
@BillBaroud and I partnered with C_Payne from [H] to design and develop a reversed thin mini-ITX PCIe riser, allowing you to add a discrete GPU to your thin mini-ITX system.
We have currently 5 risers for sale.
We also have a 16x to 16x riser available.
We are asking 35€ per...
Just plucked this bad boye out of a Dell XPSS 2720 AIO.
It's 'rated' for 260W, but has 2 of 12v rails, each individually rated at 16A, and a 15W 5vSB rail. Seems fun!
Size is a svelte 7"x1.25"x3", but does not include a fan or plug.
Grab yours on Ebay, just make sure and get the 260W one, not...
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This is theHACK here. You may know me around this forum as that guy who loves 12V builds... Anyways, with the rise of 12V builds have fueled interest in using internal Meanwell PSUs. With that said...