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    Fsp Psu

    Anyone knows what's the 12DC adaptor input at back of PSU for?

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    bro I think wrong section ! this is garage sales you might wanna to the troubleshooting section

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    sorry, u know what's that for?

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    is it a red switch?

    it's for switching between 110-230v AC input. It should be set to the voltage of the country you bought your psu in.

    do not change the setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy888
    Anyone knows what's the 12DC adaptor input at back of PSU for?
    Never heard of that before. Do you have a picture?

    @Techno Pride, the 115V-230V selector can come in many colours. Some more expensive PSUs do not come with one.

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    ....donno leh but I see most ones I have ....all red and its 115 or 110-230v....singpore use 110 IIRC so like techno said just use 110 if your in singapore and its to direct the certain no. of volts to your PSU ....too much also no use or will kill it i think...anyways singapore power lines follow England's 110 so there you have it

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTimX
    ....donno leh but I see most ones I have ....all red and its 115 or 110-230v....singpore use 110 IIRC so like techno said just use 110 if your in singapore and its to direct the certain no. of volts to your PSU ....too much also no use or will kill it i think...anyways singapore power lines follow England's 110 so there you have it
    Well, it could be true that most PSUs are red but I have seen some which are not, so best not to make the assumption. Don't want to fry your PSU =P.

    Sorry hor, Singapore is 230V so is UK. It is the States that use 110V.

    * EDIT *

    See here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity

    Nice picture to show which country use what voltage.

    * EDIT *

    It is very important to ensure the setting is 230V if your mains supply 230V. Otherwise, you will burn the PSU and maybe your components.
    Last edited by trekker99; Oct 16th, 06 at 07:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTimX
    ....donno leh but I see most ones I have ....all red and its 115 or 110-230v....singpore use 110 IIRC so like techno said just use 110 if your in singapore and its to direct the certain no. of volts to your PSU ....too much also no use or will kill it i think...anyways singapore power lines follow England's 110 so there you have it
    Hmm... did you try switching yours to 110/115V?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwenze
    Hmm... did you try switching yours to 110/115V?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trekker99
    Yah... tried it before in school... fried a computer with a nice flash of light to boot..

    Computer can go scrapyard liao >.>
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    It's not a red switch. A blue round 12dc input, just like u connect to Nokia handphone for charging

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    never tried before...not even touched...just trying to help by poking around whats behind my PSU

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    http://www.geocities.com/leejohnloh/techie.html

    FSP PSU - there is a blue power adaptor connection stated 12DC...what is that for? extra power input or?

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    if you have a measuring equipment or multimeter with you, well you could try mearsuring the socket, based on what i see..it can be an additional power input or also an additional power output,but you need the meter to measure it, it the socket is giving out 12volts when the power is on..then it is a additional power output..if the measurement is 0v then it is an input.

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    Model please? That photo is rather poor.

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