First post, by ocdmonkey
So, finally got a Voodoo 3 card, only to find out that my current Windows 98 computer has the wrong kind of AGP (1.5 V instead of 3.3 V). Not one to give up easily, I found that most of my motherboards with an AGP on them have a 1.5 V one, save for one off of a Dell Windows 98 computer from my childhood. Only problem is that it has that ATX 6-wire AUX connection that looks like the AT style connectors, and the only one PSU I could find with that connection seems to be dead. So, now after searching I've found a few possible PSUs, but on Amazon I also found this:
Now, I don't have anywhere near a complete understanding of how power works, but my extremely limited understanding makes me more than a bit skeptical of this. However, if it does work, it would save me around $20 on a complete PSU, assuming I can find a normal ATX PSU in my collection that works (which I believe I should). So, basically, I'm wondering if anyone here would know if this adapter is a sound idea, or if I should just get a PSU with the proper connector.
Sorry if this was a little bit of a rambling question, I just wanted to make sure I gave any possibly relevant context. Thanks in advance for any help!