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Old 02-25-2005, 08:17 PM   #11
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i see that computer power supply in there!

looking beautiful man! and you wanted to replace with stock!
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i see that computer power supply in there!

looking beautiful man! and you wanted to replace with stock!
Thanks! I was wondering about the yellow fogs when I bought them, but they turned out great.

Nothings better for tapping into a 12v source then a jumped computer PSU. If you have a spare around guys...just stick a jumper between the green wire and any black wire on the ATX connector, then just wire your device to a yellow(12v) wire and a black(ground) and it'* great for testing stuff. Just don't electrocute yourself.
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i see that computer power supply in there!

looking beautiful man! and you wanted to replace with stock!
Thanks! I was wondering about the yellow fogs when I bought them, but they turned out great.

Nothings better for tapping into a 12v source then a jumped computer PSU. If you have a spare around guys...just stick a jumper between the green wire and any black wire on the ATX connector, then just wire your device to a yellow(12v) wire and a black(ground) and it'* great for testing stuff. Just don't electrocute yourself.
i just got AT'* laying around. no jumper for me!

and btw, the electrocution warning is a little late bud!
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No electricuting myself?? Ahh damn, that'* no fun. I like the vibrating pulses, they make me feel good.


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