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Started by Gryzor, 12:36, 26 September 22
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Quote from: Gryzor on 12:36, 26 September 22Thanks to @dionisisg I'm now the owner of a PPC640. Thar she blows:You cannot view this attachment. You cannot view this attachment. What a beast it is!Still haven't powered it on, I wanted to ask if there's anything I should look out for? The PSU I was given was this one:You cannot view this attachment. So it's a US one, 120V. Interestingly the seller told me it runs fine with 230V, but... I'm kind of doubting that. Anyone has any experience?Of course I knew of the machine, and I've seen it in person before, but it's the first one I own. The design still surprises me, especially since at the same time I got this Panasonic CF-710 from the same year, with a much more sane form factor:You cannot view this attachment. That one's a beauty...So I also got a Philips 80 green monitor:You cannot view this attachment. I remember seeing this in ads for the Speccy and the c64, I like it. It has RCA inputs which is nice.And finally, I got a 21" Phlips 201B10, which appears to be a professional monitor? It's got a VGA connector but also BNC connectors. Must be pretty nice, haven't used it yet. However I don't think I have a use (or rather, the space) for it, so if anyone wants to collect in Athens, be my guest
Quote from: dionisisg on 13:56, 26 September 22You can get an adjustable dc-dc converter for cheap and use any 12v5A power supply
Quote from: Gryzor on 07:46, 27 September 22Quote from: dionisisg on 13:56, 26 September 22You can get an adjustable dc-dc converter for cheap and use any 12v5A power supplyIf I am to get a new PSU why get a converter too?
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