Quoting <20000127143942.B12881 at online.ie>
by "John P. Looney" <jplooney-ilug at online.ie>:
> >  http://cgi.asus.com.tw/products/addon/vga/agpv3400tnt/qa.html
> Wow. The TNT2 chipset alone requires 3.3 amps. Fat bastard!
> I'd reckon you are safe enough, with the BP6. It's a fairly recent board
> (about six months old) - the ones that ASUS were going on about being a
> bit crap in that regard are a year or so old.
> But that's a guess. Don't suppose there is any little writing on the
> regulator itself ? :)
If I knew which bit the regulator was, I could look ;)
> Are you wary about buying the card, or wary about popping it in & blowing
> the board ?
I've bought the card & board, and when I power the machine up, it
powers itself off again 6.5 seconds later!
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