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'[OT] Power requirements of a mainboard and CPU'
2000\01\07@121452 by Stephen Inkpen

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I am sorry about posting this question to this group but it is the one I will
find the right anwser.

What are the estimated power requirements of a mainboard/motherboard without
expansion cards and a single pentium chip running at 100Mhz.

Stephen Inkpen
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2000\01\07@122108 by Smith, Clay

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I ran a computer with a hard drive(5watts) with a 85 watt power supply.  It
got unhappy when I accessed the floppy so I can assume I was on the edge
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2000\01\07@123744 by Robert.Rolf

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On Sun, 7 Feb 1999, Stephen Inkpen wrote:

> I am sorry about posting this question to this group but it is the one I will
> find the right anwser.
>
> What are the estimated power requirements of a mainboard/motherboard without
> expansion cards and a single pentium chip running at 100Mhz.

I measure 60-80W on my K6-2/400 with 1 HD (6W spec) and ATI RageII AIW,
& NIC. Figure on 5W for the video card and .5W for the NIC. This is without
power factor correction.

Any ideas on what a PC PS has for PF?


Robert
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