...counted another 38x caps, currently installed on my 3x bench GPU's..and 6x more inductors.. I need more GPU's to get rid of some of this stuff
depends on what we need want to accomplish... If your looking for adjustable voltage or actual core voltage, then yes...fets will be needed to rectify the voltage..and a controller to run them [fets are just slaves..they need to be told how to operate right].
what would be easier to build..would be a 12v booster..basically just additional PCI-e plugs to bring 12v, with inductors and caps to filter and stabilize the 12v input to the GPU..
^^I am unsure of the benefits of this though..no doubt it will help, but I feel 12v is more for 'top-end' speed..and would not be beneficial until the circuit becomes strained from high current...
you dig??Edited by CL3P20 - 5/16/10 at 4:29pm