Barebones power supply
Forum: Hardware Talk
Topic: Barebones power supply
started by: ray0665
Posted by ray0665 on Oct. 02 2008,20:27After about a year of very dependable operation my barebones machine power supply died an untimely death. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement?
Posted by chaostic on Oct. 03 2008,00:54Which barebones? < http://damnsmalllinux.org/store....omputer >
Also, when you say power supply, you mean the power brick, correct?
Posted by ray0665 on Oct. 03 2008,02:04The bargain Fanless mini-ITX Barebones Computer
this is the link to it:
< http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/store....omputer >
If I understand your question correctly
I am not talking about the external brick but the internal circuit board
BTW thanks for responding
Posted by humpty on Oct. 06 2008,22:36I believe the internal board is a DC-to-DC converter.
< http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/store/itx_power >
I've been searching for cheap versions of these for years but they tend to be rather expensive. I coudn't find any
DIY diagrams either.
Posted by robc on Oct. 07 2008,15:59ITX cases generally use a switcher for power which is what you have...you can get power supplies for it online, they have some at logic supply:
< http://www.logicsupply.com/categories/power_supplies >
I'm sure you can find more at other suppliers
Posted by ray0665 on Nov. 04 2008,16:01If anyone is interested ...
I used the Pico psu 120 which is a small 120 watt dc-dc power converter that is built right on top of the atx power connector, it fits in the case with about 7-8 mm clearance. After a week of 24/7 use I've had no problems with it.
Posted by John on Dec. 13 2008,00:11Ray0665, I have a power unit here, I'll send it to you for $5 plus $5 for shipping if you want.