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egidijus

-5V problem on abit NF7 for RS-350amsp

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egidijus    0

dear Gentelmen,

pls help me.

I have installed new RS-350amsp for Abit NF7 but ABIT EQ program gives me siren and says that there is no -5V from this PSU.

Can I REALY use this PSU for NF7 mob?

If I can use it what Imust change in my BIOS as Coolermaster writes this in the manual.

Please help with this.

respect

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Ron    1

Hello egidijus,

Im not at the office at the moment so I cannot look up the spec for the RS-350. But it is possible that it has no -5V.

I know for sure the RS-450 has none...

The reason why is that -5V is not required for a PSU.

Just google for PSU Formfactor to read more about that.

The new formfactor 2.1 is a Intel standard that has the -5V replaced with COM

(Dont ask me what it means...Im not a PSU specialist :wink: )

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Ron    1

Say Karma Ghost...

Could you send me the question privat so I remeber this tomorow :wink:

Then I will check for you.

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Karma Ghost    0

Sure no problem. I talked to Bryant about it for a bit, but I'm really not all that worried. I trust that the supply won't die on me. Even if it does, I trust in CM's staff to help replace it or something.

Thanks Ron.

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Ron,

You are correct that our PSU do not have the -5V line as the new ATX 2.1 requirement does not need it. The user can just check on his MB and see if he can disable the requirement of -5V then it will be fine. DIfferent MB varies so be sure to check with the vendor before doing anything.

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