Video review: ATX to AT power adapter review with -5V

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Re: Video review: ATX to AT power adapter review with -5V

Beitrag von S+M » Do 4. Jun 2015, 14:08

Yesterday I bought one, but without -5V :roll:

But it should no problem to change this if needed ;-) (or use an powersupply with -5V)

Video review: ATX to AT power adapter review with -5V

Beitrag von philscomputerlab » Do 4. Jun 2015, 08:26



In this video I am reviewing two ATX to AT power adapters. One is cheaper, but does not supply -5V, the other one is more expensive, but has a converter that adds -5V. Some sound cards, like the Roland LAPC-I, Sound Blaster 2 or Pro Audio Spectrum 16 require -5 V.

In the video I'm also showing you what these sound cards sound like if the -5V is missing.

Link to ATX to AT adapter: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ATX-to-AT-PS ... 25a70c4b39

and

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-ATX-20-P ... 1312860753


Link to one ATX to AT adapter with -5V support:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ATX-20-PIN-t ... 1025150787

Link to four ATX to AT adapters with -5V support: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/4-PCS-ATX-20 ... 3ceaad8777

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