On Sat, 20 Nov 2004 01:23:41 -0500, Marvin Dickens <mpdickens(a)tlanta.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2004-11-19 at 21:55 -0800, Timothy Payne
> Your electric company may have a customer on your grid that
> at times sucks a huge amount of juice and you get a big sag.
Under powering electronics can be as devastating as applying too much
power. This is especially true with power supplies: Power supplies
continue to *attempt* to put out their rated voltage/amperage even
though on the back end, it's under powered.
Further, I second Tim's endorsement for APC products: They are
reasonably priced and during the 15 years I've been using them, I've
never had one let me down.
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Well that settles that. I ran all day yesterday with no problems...
The memtest ran from 9pm - 1pm with no errors, but at about 7:30pm
last night when the washer and dryer were going that it started up
again. Also there is a garage band that plays now and again, and I am
located (I believe) on the same grid as a football stadium.
Now the real trick, which one do I get.