DIY Lab Power Supply

The digital hobbyist usually relies on a few supply voltages. If 3.3, 5 and 12 Volts sounds good enough for you (perhaps the 1.7, 7 and 8.7 are needed too), the you can convert an old PC power supply to your own lab power supply.

Phil Levchenko has a great video entry in his blog on this topic.

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