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Dell Precision T1700 Power Supply


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#1 WaltC

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Posted 10 January 2016 - 07:51 PM

I have one of these that I want to sell. I got if from a tower that had been stripped of everything else and I have no way of testing it on an actual motherboard. It only has 2 connectors. P1 is an 8-pin and P2 is a 4-pin. I've searched around but it seems like the wiring on these is proprietary, at least not according to the diagrams I've found. I just want to verify that it's working before I sell it. I tested it with the multi-meter and this is what I got.

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I don't understand the 11.45v. Does this seem like it's working the way it should?

 

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Posted 11 January 2016 - 12:24 AM

I checked the measurements again. I was wrong on the 5.5v it was actually 5.1v and the 11.45v was actually 11.47v which is all within tolerance. So I think I'm calling it good.






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