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2013-05-10 04:26:52
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The Personal Computer power supply is located on the computer tower. The cable that goes into the wall outlet plugs directly into the computer's power supply.


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The PC power supply box's function is to supply the computer with power. Without the PC power supply box, the computer would not be able to turn on and off.

PC Power Supply also known as SMPS converts AC Power into DC Power & provides DC supply in different form of connectors for various devices.

Oh no i suggest you buy a new power supply before it complety stuffs your pc. you may not have enough power in your power supply to run it.

Unplug it from the power supply.

A PSU (Power Supply Unit) converts the power received from the wall outlet to the power power needed to supply power to the mother board and all other components within the PC.

A PC Main Supply is what gives the computer power to operate, in desktop computers they have to constantly be connected to some type of power outlet. Diagram. Plug socket > Cable > PSU (power supply unit) > Motherboard > power to all components in the computer.

You will need old comp power supply. +12 V is on YELLOW wires. -(minus) or ground is BLACK If you have ATX power supply (that one without wires going to power switch on front - all PC now have ATX) you have to short GREEN and BLACK on main (the biggest plug to start power supply. So use any pair black/yellow to power car amplifier.

Power supply is dictated by your motherboard, simply get the power supply which matches the motherboards pin configuration.

PC uses voltage regulator to convert power supply voltage to its usable voltage.

AT Power Supply - still in use in older PCs.ATX Power Supply - commonly in use today.ATX-2 Power Supply - recently new standard.

A computer power supply functions as both a transformer and rectifier I checked my book ^_^

The power supply unit provides the PC with "clean" power at the correct voltage levels.Related Information:The PC has two main power requirements. Its power must be:a) at the correct voltage.b) smooth (the typical maximum deviation is +-5%).

A: Obliviously you must a PC available to ask a question. That PC has multiple power outputs +5, +12, -12 +3.3 and some more. The PC power supply has only one feedback and that is the +5 volts since it is the dominant power. Now to answer you provide the higher DC that you need plus 4-5 volts then add regulators to each power that you need. Magnetic amplifiers would be my choice or LM117 for each level.

If it is a computer power supply then the fan is one of the main cooling fans for a PC. If it is not working then there is an extremely good chance that the system will overheat and shut down at best, be damaged at worst.

It depends on what PC, but your power supply will normally say on the side of it. Most commonly is between 200-400 watts Power consumption is a combination of several things. The power listed on your power supply is the amount the power supply is capable of handling. The actual power consumption of the computer depends on what processes are being used, for example word processing will consume less power than heavy gaming. However, one can expect average computer use to consume 150-200W.

In PC power supply Converts the Main Supply AC Voltage to Lower and Smooth DC volt. which is require to operate the components and circuits in the system.

ATX technology is related to the SMPS in which when the user shutdowns the PC, there will be power supplied to the motherboard until the mains are removed. Thus ATX technology helps in remote start up of PC whereas this is not possible with AT technology where the power is totally not supplied to the motherboard when PC is in shutdown state

For a god quality PC power supply; 120mV on the 12V rail 50mV on the 5V and 3.3V rails

A rectifier is a device that converts alternating current to direct current. A transformer is a device that changes the ratio fo current to voltage. A rectifier is found in a PC power supply.

In short, no. The power supply takes the alternating mains voltage and reduces it to the low voltages and direct current needed by the components of your PC.

Desktop computers all come with a power supply that changes the mains voltage in your country's electricity supply to that needed inside the PC. Thus the Voltage used by your PC is the mains voltage in the country where the PC was sold.

Yes. The more power the PC power supply puts out, the hotter it will be, and the more fan power it will need to remain cool. ex.. Gaming PCs require lots of power to run. Therefore, special cooling systems are required to keep the PC running.

Yes. If the power supply is of a low wattage and has too many pieces of hardware connected to it, it can. Try buying a power supply with a wattage over 300. One thing to check before replacing the power supply is the voltage selector in the back. If you use 120 volt power, then setting the power supply to 240 volts will cause the PC to only get half of the power it needs. External peripherals with their own power supply will not impact the power supply or current in the computer. Printers and monitors usually get their power from the wall socket, not the computer, and the same goes for external modems that plug into the wall. Keyboards and mice take negligible power.

Till now no one is able to locate this PC suite for sigmatel mobiles..... :( sorry

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