PicoPSU: is it really enough for the CT60?

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Re: PicoPSU: is it really enough for the CT60?

Postby mikro » Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:28 am

mikro wrote:I really wonder where he got that 8A from then.

Ha, maybe I know. The original Falcon PSU specs:


Perhaps he had +5V in mind when typing that?
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Re: PicoPSU: is it really enough for the CT60?

Postby paul92706 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:26 pm

I too have been seeing alot of Pico PSU's rated at 3.3V at 6A, did we figure out the outcome? Are we able to use that type of PSU?
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Re: PicoPSU: is it really enough for the CT60?

Postby asik » Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:13 pm

I used:
PicoPSU 80W plus psu 12V 5A.. For strong overclock ct63, 107mhz is very stable (many time working on all time on atari parties, Micro Did you remember SV and my Falcon ...?)
But i don't like loudness (:) ), my passive ct60e with 90-95mhz is very veeeery stable with pico psu.

-where is the problem with picopsu?

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