# How do you change voltage AGP 8x from 0.8v to 1.5 v?

you cant do it in the bios, so you have to edit the (grafics?) AGP-card manually. you can find more info on the net about this procedure. you basicly have to put an external power supply on your card...

### You have Pentium-3 866 mhz processor256 mb ram Intel 815e mother board which supports 4x agp graphic card which is the best should you use 8x agp on 4xagp?

You can use a 8x AGP card but the motherboard will throttle it down to 4x, so you lose any performance gain you would get with a AGP 8x motherboard. 8x cards are cheap, and 4x cards are hard to find, so it's not going to hurt anything to buy something more powerful than what your motherboard will run it at. Pricewise, an 8x card goes from $15 to $50 for low-end graphics.

### How many amps will 14 gauge wire carry at 200ft?

A #14 copper wire with an insulation factor of 90 degrees C is rated at 15 amps. To answer your question for voltage drop at 200 feet a voltage needs to be stated. Assuming the voltage of 120 is used to maintain 15 amps at the distance of 200 feet a #6 copper conductor will limit the voltage drop to less that 3 percent. Assuming the voltage of 240 is used to maintain 15 amps…

### How do you change a 240V magnetek century ac motor to 120V if it is on a compressor?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. If the motor in not a dual voltage motor then you will have two options. Check the motor nameplate and see if there are two voltage ratings and two current ratings. If there are two ratings then you have a dual voltage motor. Just rewire it to run on 120 volts. Keep in mind that running the motor on a lower voltage…

### What is the approximate voltage drop 120 if 10 gage solid copper coated wire is used?

Your question cannot be answered, as we do not know what type of wire the copper is coated on, nor do we know how long the wire is. But, let's assume that it is solid copper # 10 wire 100 feet long. The voltage drop is zero when there is no electricity flowing through it. (That is, 'current', measured in Amperes, or just Amps.) If there is, say, 1 Ampere of current, the voltage drop…

### What size copper wire should be used for a 125ft 15amp branch circuit if a maximum voltage drop of 3.2 is allowed?

For typical house wiring you would use 14 AWG wire for 15 amps. The resistance of 125 ft of 15 AWG copper is about .316 ohms. For a full load of 15 amps your voltage drop would be 4.74 volts. If you up the size to 12 AWG the resistance is .198 ohms and the voltage drop is 2.97 volts. So for your application use 12 AWG with a 15 amp breaker.

### Voltage drop of 15 Volts across 2.7 killo ohm resistor?

You just stated that the voltage across the resistor is 15 volts, so that's your answer ! If the resistor is connected to a 15-V battery or to the output of a 15-V power supply, then a meter across the resistor is also across the power supply, and reads 15 volts. The current through the resistor is (V/R) = (15/2700) = 5.56 mA. The power dissipated by the resistor (and delivered by the battery) is…

### How many outlets and lights can be put on a 15 amp circuit?

The math is simple. Watts = Volts * Amps In this case Amps are fixed, at 15, and you want to know the total wattage that can be drawn by all the appliances you add to the circuit. So the answer depends on the voltage. Voltage can be anything, but there are some commonly used domestic supply values: For 220 volts, 220*15 = 3300watts For 110 volts, 110*15 = 1760watts For 240 volts, 240*15 =…

### How can you determine the outlet is 110 volt or 220 volt?

In most instances the size, shape and configuration of slots indicate the voltage. If not sure, test with a voltage tester. <<>> If a voltage tester is not available go to your distribution panel and find the source breaker that supplies voltage to the receptacle outlet. If it is fed with a single 15 amp breaker it is 120 volts. If the circuit is fed with a two pole 15 amp breaker then it is…

### Can a 115 volt icemaker be plugged into a 110 volt receptacle outlet?

There is no problem with that voltage. As long as the voltage is plus or minus 5% of the nominal voltage of 115 volts it is considered to be in the 120 volt range. Even though there is only a 110 volt potential at the outlet it is still rated to a voltage of 120 volts maximum. The second consideration is the amperage of the icemaker. Most 120 volt receptacles are rated at 15 amps…

### A current of 15 amps runs through a hair dryer if the resistance is 10 ohms what is the voltage?

If current of 15 amps runs through a hair dryer while the resistance is 10 ohms voltage is 150 volts. Ohm's law: voltage equals current times resistance. Note: 150 volts is inconsistent with normal US household voltage of 120 volts. Also, 15 amps is more than the normally allowed (80% or so) average current permitted for a 15 amp circuit. This question is either theoretical, or it is invalid. Or, perhaps, you are not considering…