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fitzsteve
11th April 2013, 11:38
Hi!

I'd like someone to convert an ATX PSU for me to use on my Amiga's as my trusty Amigakit PSU is going with the A1200 PPC I sold.

I have an identical 300w PSU here (http://amigakit.leamancomputing.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=866) which came from an A1200 EZ Z4 Tower, I'd like to have it converted and retain the loom like the attached pic.

I will supply the PSU and a cable cut from a dead Amiga PSU, I just don't trust myself working with a PSU.

Thanks in advance, of course I will pay for shipping & your time :)

Chinners
11th April 2013, 12:22
Hi!

I'd like someone to convert an ATX PSU for me to use on my Amiga's as my trusty Amigakit PSU is going with the A1200 PPC I sold.

I have an identical 300w PSU here (http://amigakit.leamancomputing.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=866) which came from an A1200 EZ Z4 Tower, I'd like to have it converted and retain the loom like the attached pic.

I will supply the PSU and a cable cut from a dead Amiga PSU, I just don't trust myself working with a PSU.

Thanks in advance, of course I will pay for shipping & your time :)

If you run out of options, I can do this for you.

(actually, that sounds wrong! Yes, I can do it, but if someone else can do it without postage costs you may be better with them).

fitzsteve
11th April 2013, 14:32
Thanks for the offer Chinners however it looks like I have found help from TheCorfiot :)

All the best,

Steve.

Justin
11th April 2013, 14:34
if you bring it to the show we can mod it there and then and you'll have no shipping costs:)

TheCorfiot
11th April 2013, 14:40
if you bring it to the show we can mod it there and then and you'll have no shipping costs:)

I would not be upset by that Steve, your call fella ;)

Besides watching Justin with tool's in his hands is priceless :lol:

Justin
11th April 2013, 14:42
if you bring it to the show we can mod it there and then and you'll have no shipping costs:)

I would not be upset by that Steve, your call fella ;)

Besides watching Justin with tool's in his hands is priceless :lol:

rofl, what are you trying to say Bas?:lol::p

fitzsteve
11th April 2013, 14:56
Cheers for the offer Justin but it's quite cheap to send it with My Herpes parcel drop so I'll get it sent off today. I look forward to seeing your modding skills in the near future though! I'm watching your new thread ;)

Justin
11th April 2013, 14:58
coolio, you know TC will do a top job:thumbsup: (even with a bit of free sarcasm thrown in!!):lol:

TheCorfiot
11th April 2013, 17:06
coolio, you know TC will do a top job:thumbsup: (even with a bit of free sarcasm thrown in!!):lol:

You mean Innuendo :lol:

You should see what I really wanted to post :lol:

But, you know I love you dude ;)

Bas :thumbsup:

fitzsteve
11th April 2013, 17:08
It's on the way Bas :thumbsup:

Many thanks :cool:

TheCorfiot
11th April 2013, 17:14
You are most welcome Steve ;)

fitzsteve
11th April 2013, 17:16
You are most welcome Steve ;)

If you're coming to Revival I'll have to buy you a Beer :beer:

:rainbow:

www_amigakit_com
13th April 2013, 09:43
Perhaps I should pop round to Bas house to Quality Control check his work to AmigaKit standards ;)

johnim
13th April 2013, 10:03
guys I love amibay with all the fighting with who's going to help a fellow.

:grouphug:

TheCorfiot
13th April 2013, 10:33
Perhaps I should pop round to Bas house to Quality Control check his work to AmigaKit standards ;)

You are always welcome Matthew, kettle and biccys ready ;)
And you can bring me some boards to repair for you too :lol:

@Steve
All done my friend, +5v is spot on just powering an A1200 board.

TC :)

fitzsteve
13th April 2013, 10:40
Thanks Bas, you're a Star :thumbsup:

@Amigakit, I'd have bought another if I didn't already have a spare, I've found this brand of PSU to be the best for power fully pimped out Amiga's!

www_amigakit_com
13th April 2013, 13:17
@Bas

Feel free to visit us in our new offices across the road from our old location. The builders have completed most of the refurbishment now and we are getting back to normality after 18 months of stress during the moving process.

@FitzSteve
We have found them great for desktop/tower Amigas which need a lot of power too. I have one in my A1200T powering a 2TB SATA HDD/BlizzardPPC/ Mediator/FastATA and DVDRW

fitzsteve
15th May 2013, 17:50
PSU back home & working great, thanks Bas - I owe you a Beer at Revival :thumbsup: