Subject: RE: Powersupply question.
To: 'Peter B' <email@example.com>
From: Collin Baillie <Collin.Baillie@world.net>
Date: 06/06/2002 12:36:28
The PSU on my Alphastation 255/233 is 213 watts.
From: Peter B [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, 6 June 2002 12:16 PM
Subject: Powersupply question.
I have an Digital AlphaStation 4/255 266 MHz that miss the power supply.
I have looked into the hardware documentation of the machine (online). And
seems that of the four power connectors. The two first (J19) seems
with standard PC AT-supply. While the second two are GND & 3,3 Volt. Is that
true? (I assume VDD is +5V).
If so could I make an converter adapter so I can run the AlphaStation with a
standard PC ATX power supply ?,
How many Watts does that need to be to just run the motherboard+cpu+memory
p150, Table 10-6 AlphaStation 200 Series System Motherboard Power Connectors
Open 1 <-- Power good?
VDD 2 <-- +5V ?