[rescue] x86 power question
Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Tue Nov 14 12:51:55 CST 2006
Tue, 14 Nov 2006 @ 13:22 -0500, Nadine said:
> My RAID 5 in the x86 box chugs along fine, so apparently the RAID card
> and disks are able to withstand power out of spec a lot better than
> the motherboard. Another data point favoring the mobo's IDE
> controller being busted.
I don't believe your problem is what you think it is.
Usually sagging voltage causes unreliability, not hardware damage.
I think you are having undervoltage because some other event damaged
both your power supply and your computer.
Antec supplies are very reliable in my experience, but won't necessarily
stop everything from getting to your components.
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