Mick
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What does "fully wired" mean when buying a PSU?
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A fully-wired PSU is simply a non-modular PSU, and comes with all power cables hard-wired. A semi-modular PSU has the essential cables hard wired and the other cables socketed. A (fully) modular PSU ...

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What is this cable, PSU to SATA, [img]?
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The connector shown is a 5-pin modular power supply connector with a single side lock, possibly for a Be Quiet! power supply. They are widely available. This example is from Scan.co.uk. Note that ...

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Cheapest microcontroller with wi-fi
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It is not clear if you are looking for a microcontroller (i.e. a chip) with wifi support, or a single-board microcomputer with built-in wifi. If it is latter, then you have plenty of options. One of ...

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Single board PC with HDMI input and output
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You should check out the Raspberry Pi HDMI Input Board. This is not really a recommendation, since I haven't used it, and there may well be better options. However, using an add-on card may well be ...

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What kind of output is this?
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It's hard to say without knowing what TV it is. Since it's an RCA socket, there's a good chance that it is simply coaxial S/PDIF, rather than optical S/PDIF (TOSLINK). If this is the case, you will ...

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