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Old 08-11-2005, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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On my PSU I'm ordering there is an I/O switch. Which one is on and which one if off? Roffle.
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Old 08-11-2005, 02:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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LOL WOW......sorry.
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??? LOL
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I always thought it was 1/0 for a binary, not I/O. If that were true, 1 is obviously true (for on) and 0 is false (for off). I must be out of my mind.
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(-_-),|,, screw you both aug and jester. Havent used a PSU with a switch on it, how am I supposed to know?
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I always thought it was 1/0 for a binary, not I/O. If that were true, 1 is obviously true (for on) and 0 is false (for off). I must be out of my mind.
Wow, I've never thought of it like that. Thats a damn good assumption.
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o represents a closed circuit not allowing electricity to pass through the psu
I represents an open circuit allowing electricity to pass on through the psu
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lololol when i first built my system and hit the power switch, it didnt start, my heart sank, but i flipped the switch and all systems go lol i dont understand that stuff either
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o represents a closed circuit not allowing electricity to pass through the psu
I represents an open circuit allowing electricity to pass on through the psu
It's the other way round. Open means there is no flow, but a closed circuit allows the flow.
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