First post, by Lylat1an
I'd like to switch out my loud AT power supply for a quiet ATX model in my Super Socket 7 build, but I don't want to overload the 3.3/5v rail(s).
My hardware specs are as follows:
Motherboard: ASUS P5-99B
CPU: 500MHz AMD K6-2
Video: Nvidia GeForce 6200.
Audio: Sound Blaster 16 with Roland-licensed wavetable board.
-> Floppy: 1.2MB 5.25"/1.44MB 3.5" combo drive.
-> Optical: Slot-loading DVD-ROM.
Fixed Storage: Promise Ultra133 TX2 IDE controller.
-> SD card adapter behind the full-height drive plate, with extension cable running beneath the keyboard for swapping operating systems.
-> CF card adapter for storing backup images of the SD cards.
Input: Tripp-Lite USB to PS/2 converter connected to IOGear USB KVM switch.
-> Keyboard: Beige Key Tronic model E03600U1.
-> Mouse: Logitech P7-3F with ISA controller card.
Also, should I invest in a Voltage Blaster for this "conversion"?