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Micro ATX board with 300 Watts ATX Power Supply

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by PCboy, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. PCboy

    PCboy Guest

    I have a Micro ATX board (Acer V76M) that I want to fit in an ATX
    case.
    It works fine with a 145Watts Micro ATX case/PSU but do not power up
    using the new ATX PSU.
    I tried the same with a MS-6154 micro ATX board and the same happen.
    The Micro ATX PSU that works do not carry the white wired -5Volts
    while the new PSU does ! The new 300W PSU works fine with a standard
    ATX MB !
    Did anyone experienced such a problem ? It seems either the MB kill
    sthe new PSU or the power consumption is too low (MB has video and
    audio and a 466 Celeron II CPU).
    Any idea ?
     
    PCboy, Oct 15, 2003
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  2. PCboy

    Gary Tait Guest

    Whereas On 15 Oct 2003 01:10:41 -0700, (PCboy)
    scribbled:
    , I thus relpy:
    Snip the white wire and see what happens. (you can splice it after
    anyways).
     
    Gary Tait, Oct 15, 2003
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    AJ Guest

    I have 3 different brands of m-ATX boards and all work with a regular
    ATX PSU. Biostar, Chaintech, and ASUS.
     
    AJ, Oct 15, 2003
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