Modding an Antec Power supply


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muckshifter

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Wildone

You are certainly living up to your name.

I was in two minds on whether to ask wildone to delete this post, why?

This is a highly dangerous procedure to go messing inside a power supply while it is on and running even with a minimal knowledge of electronics this is a foolish thing to do without the proper test equipment. Using a piece of software to test your end results is also foolhardy.

I would suggest extreme caution if you are interested in this "mod" ... PCReview will not attend your funeral.

A simple solution to this "problem" would be to do your homework on which PSU to purchase to fulfil your needs.

Nuff said.
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Yes ,muck is right ,do not attempt this if you do not have some knowledge of the internal workings of a power supply ,and if you do it ,DO NOT LEAVE IT PLUGGED IN!! ,you just adjust a bit ,then test to see what its gotton you,I will have screen shot in about 8-9 hours when I get home from work to show xactly what it does get you.

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