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Condition: Used Warranty: 10 years Reason for sale: No longer needed Payment: PayPal Item location: North Hollywood, California, United States Shipping: Local pickup, Postal service, UPS International shipping: No Handling time: Ships within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment Feedback: NotebookReview Forum Feedback Thread, eBay Feedback Profile Specifications: http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=120-G1-0650-XR https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-SuperNOVA-Modular-Warranty-120-G1-0650-XR/dp/B00K85X2AW Was purchased from Amazon Prime Now on October 31. (Please note that they do not provide an invoice from the app, and i will need to manually request one) Was used for about a month in this setup : http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/egpu-results-clevo-p870dm-g-gtx1080-tb3-hdk-pe4c-v4-1-m-2-ngff.796773/ Come with everything, that came with the PSU. Would Prefer to sell it along with either of these : PE4C v4.1 - TB3 HDK (Akitio Thunder 3 PCB) -
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I haven't posted here yet, but i currently have a p170sm with a 4700mq, prema bios, gx980m and 4 ssd's. Currently still using my stock 240w adapter and was curious to know if there are any benefits to getting a 330w adapter? So far, i haven't really had to many issues. I have a few cooling mods done so everything has been keeping decent temps wise. Thanks for the advice/input in advance!
Hello, I have got a Clevo P150 laptop and I was wondering about how big the power supply is. The Clevo's 180W transformers are much more than twice as large as small 90W power supplies. So I asked my self: Isn't it possible to switch two 90W power supplies in parallel to get a small 180W power supply? So I did some research and found at last two 90W power supplies, that are small enough to put two of each in a laptop's DVD-mediabay. Those of you who can speak/read German, may read the detailed project description on my homepage: mitjastachowiak.de?projects/netzteil Maybe it is possible, that I can build a prototype during my bachelor-thesis. But before, I'd like to know, if I am the only one, who would like to have such a power supply or if it sold. The aim is, that if you are on the way and don't need your DVD-drive, you can just remove it and put the power supply into your laptop. So you just need to take one small cable with you to quickly connect to the grid, if a socked-outlet is near. So what is your opinion? Would you buy such a power supply? And if yes, for which price? I'm glad to read a lot of critiques