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Topic Title: tyan thunder k7s(2462)
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Created On: 01/14/2006 09:03 PM
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 01/14/2006 09:03 PM
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DrSP
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I have recently obtained a tyan thunder k7s(2462)

The board I have uses the old MP chipset, not the MPX chipset (no 66MHz 64-bit PCI will only run at 33MHz, shoty USB ). I've already tried hooking up a 431WEnermax power supply and burnt that out. It won't run anymore. I hooked up a 20-24 pin adapter to the power supply and tried to hook that up. The thing that I did't hook up was the 6-pin 12V plug(I think that that is what it is). My Enermax didn't have that. SO the PS burnt out. Anyone know of a place I can obtain a power supply that can run this thing? Or can I outfit my new Enermax 535W (it's the All In One series) to handle this. It's supposed to be able to handle Athlon MPs but I'm afraid now that it can only handle the MPX chipset, not the original MP.

Any help wouldbe appreciated.
 01/17/2006 08:46 PM
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Would I be able to use this convertor to get EPS12V and have my board work?

http://www.mycableshop.com/sku/MCS-P4X-POWER.htm' ">http://www.mycableshop.com/sku/MCS-P4X-POWER.htm
 01/24/2006 01:06 AM
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QUOTE(DrSP @ Jan 17 2006, 06:46 PM)Would I be able to use this convertor to get EPS12V and have my board work?

http://www.mycableshop.com/sku/MCS-P4X-POWER.htm' ">http://www.mycableshop.com/sku/MCS-P4X-POWER.htm
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Best thing to do is call TYAN support and/or look up your motherboard on their website and confirm with them/website the compatible PowerSupply that will work with the motherboard. Tyan typically is picky with power supply brands/models. They should have some test list.
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