Since the main part of the PSU is on the Mainboard, a simple adpater won't do the trick. At least the voltage regulators would have to be removed. The output lines of the the ATX PSU then would have to be connected where the output pins of the voltage regulators were removed. This all can be done by soldering an drilling (the voltage regulators are mounted with rivets). But there is another problem: Not all ATX PSUs deliver -5V. According to wikipedia, the -5V supply was dropped out of the ATX specs in 2005. Christian Am 19.08.2016 um 13:40 schrieb David Wood: > There's even an atx adapter available for apple II boards; I use one > with a pico-atx power supply. Perhaps one could be conceived for the > PETs? :) > > On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 3:43 AM, Didier Derny <email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: > > Has anybody already tempted to power a commodore 8032 with an ATX > power supply ? > (feeding the tension directly to the motherboard) > > I did it on an apple II it worked :) > > > > > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > -- Christian Dirks Toast_r@Idealine.info Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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