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Skanky Sylveon

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About Skanky Sylveon

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    Member

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    https://twitter.com/cinnabarsonar

Profile Information

  • Location
    Uranus
  • Interests
    Fucking Dr. Eggman's wife.

System

  • CPU
    Threadripper 1920x
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X399 Taichi
  • RAM
    32 GB Gskill Flare X 3200
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080
  • Case
    Fractal Design meshify s2
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 evo 250 GB
  • PSU
    EVGA P2 850w
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3

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  1. Someone: "you can't power a 5v fan with a single AAA battery."

     

    Me: "hold my beer."

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    1. Schnoz

      Schnoz

      Someone: "You can't power a bloweymatron with a Tazer."

      Me: "Hold my non-alcoholic-carbonated-drink since I'm a minor."

      Me: *creates MiG-25 engine*

    2. Tech_Dreamer

      Tech_Dreamer

      interesting. i could use this to make a desk fan out of the wrecked PSU fan i have lying around. but i dont thing it wont make any air move with the blade design intended to do close range cooling.

    3. Skanky Sylveon

      Skanky Sylveon

      @Tech_Dreamer What I'm doing isn't the most practical. 

      I mostly did it to prove some idiot who thought that they knew what they are talking about wrong. 

       

      Typical AAA or AA batteries run at around 1.6v.  What I'm doing is wiring that one AAA battery to a boost converter which in layman's terms converters watts to volts. 

       

      However AAA batteries have horrible wattage potential and real low watt hours.  You're better off using a AA or even better running two AAs in series, that will give you 3.2v to work with, needing less wattage to be converted and thus greatly increasing battery life. 

       

      If you have a non functional laptop and you are brave, you can extract lithium cells which would be ideal since you can recharge them with the appropriate charger circuit. 

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