A few weeks ago, I posted about my experiences with the incredible exploding power supply, here:
What I discovered during that experience, is that not only is the laptop-side...
I've had my 5670 a little over a year. There are some cheap spots, but overall it is pretty solid.
I'm on my third or fourth lid latch. The (single) hook is made of plastic and breakage seems to be a question of when not if. ...
Interesting, EDAC got the boot. I don't see specs for the 0226A on the Li Shin website. Still it wouldn't be tough to replace that plug with the 4-pin connector if push came to shove.
Thanks for the pictures!
Originally Posted by Brn2Crz
As an additional thought I'd like to see what the 20V looks like at max load. A maxed p/s tends to lose it sending all sorts of trash on through besides becoming unable to...
Originally Posted by G-Omaha
If the formula (colts * amps = watts) is employed, the A/C power convertor for the 8790 would be rated at 300 Watts (120 * 2.5) maximum.
EDAC claims that the 150W supply is...
Originally Posted by MARQUISDARQUIS
You can buy the plugs from EDAC Power, I wrote to them about it. They charge $6 apiece and you have to give them a FED EX account to charge the shipping to. I think they said...
Originally Posted by black_plague22
If so, I have a 150 watt power supply for my 8790.
What are the volts/amps? 20V/7.5A? Does it still use the 4-prong connector shown here:
If so, it might be...
Originally Posted by eger
heh, same thing happened to me. i think the cause is the constant moving of the power supply in and out of my backpack.
Because, yeah, why would you want to move a laptop power...
Originally Posted by Diesel
sager should do something about it. can you imagine if you're out of your house when it happens or if you have little kids?
To be fair, I don't think the exterior plastic is...
My power supply went up in flames this morning, literally. The cord between the brick and my 5670 apparently frayed out, then shorted. The wires vaporized, and that was hot enough to set the jacket on fire.
(Note: Fingernails in...