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01-15-2014 11:27 PM
I am wondering what the maximum amperage the motherboard(D1F-AD v1.0) in the Aspire AX1430G can take without burning up.
The stock PSU specs are: +3.3V|16A, +5V|16A, +12V|16A, -12V|0.3A, and +5Vsb|2A
The specs for the PSU I want to use are: +3.3V|20A, +5V|20A, +12V|(1)8A(2)14A, -12V|0.8A, and +5Vsb|2A
Would it be safe to use that one?
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01-16-2014 05:55 AM
You can use pretty much any power supply with any mobo, providing it fits in the case!
A large power supply, say 900 watts, would not burn up your motherboard or graphics card or even the hard drive. They just take the power they need!
Hope this helps!
01-16-2014 01:51 PM