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Powering up your PSU without a PC

Posted on Tuesday, November 15 2005 @ 08:30:53 CET by


Adrian's Rojak Pot has just posted the Powering Up A Standalone PSU Guide. If you need to test some fans or cold cathode tubes, it can be a hassle hooking them up to a case. Why not use a standalone PSU?

This quick guide will show you just how to power up a standalone PSU for quick and easy tests of accessories and other components that require electrical power.

You can check out the guide over here. A couple of years ago I wrote a similar guide, you can find my guide over here.



 



 

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