Started by Zuki, 07:46, 12 January 22
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Quote from: pelrun on 05:54, 13 January 22A PC PSU *is* a switching PSU.
Quote from: GUNHED on 21:40, 13 January 22Only the modern ones, not the ones you get for cheap.About switching psu's: You don't have to believe me, just ask an hardware expert like @Bryce . Maybe he can comment on that and bring us on 'up today'.
Quote from: Bryce on 09:51, 14 January 22All PC PSU's are switching PSU's, right back to the days of the 8086, whether cheap or expensive. I have never seen a linear PC PSU.Bryce.
Quote from: GUNHED on 17:26, 14 January 22Quote from: Bryce on 09:51, 14 January 22All PC PSU's are switching PSU's, right back to the days of the 8086, whether cheap or expensive. I have never seen a linear PC PSU.Bryce.If you ever come to Munich, then step by. My Desktop CPC has a PSU with copper coil. Yes, it makes some head, and it heavy like a stone, but I never ever had power problems. Next time I need to open it I will take some pictures, but you won't see much because the PSU is located at the bottom.It's fun system though, it has:- 6128 mainboard- 3" drive (no belt, direct motor)- 5,25" drive (HD drive actually, but used in MFM mode)- Real-Time-Clock- 224 KB EPROM space- 576 KB RAM (all together)- HD20 hard disc with four partitions of 5 MB- Two joystick ports- One Mouse port- Floppy ABBA switch (and side switch), true Ready signal of course- DOS and OS switch- Reset button- 50 / 60 Hz switch- Video out for CPC and VGA monitors- Video out for Television and Video Recorders- Built in speaker (not much better though)- and.... a real PSU
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