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Making a AT Test PSU

Posted on Sunday, April 09 2006 @ 05:15:14 CEST by


Modders are always looking for a way to test lights, parts, or LEDs for lighting effects. No one uses the AT standard anymore but those Power Supplies are still available, either from old machines or real cheap. For $12 USD or less you can build one with new parts or if you already have the PSU it is only the cost of the switch.

Read on over at Modders Inc.



 



 

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