- Dec 6, 2006
- 6,974 (1.18/day)
- Florida, A.K.A. the Sweatbox
|System Name||TOO MUCH RADIATOR! | The TV Box a.k.a. The Shoebox|
|Processor||Core i7 4930K @ 4.5GHz | Core i5 6600K @ 4.5GHz|
|Motherboard||Asus X79 Rampage IV Extreme | Asus Z170i Pro Gaming|
|Cooling||Custom water on CPU and GPU, dual 360mm radiators | Corsair H80i|
|Memory||4x 8GB G.Skill TridentX DDR3-1600 | 2x 4GB G.Skill RipJaws 4 DDR4-3000|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire AMD R9 295x2 | PowerColor AMD HD7970|
|Storage||Samsung SSD 830 256GB, various others | 2x 1TB Seagate Barracudas in RAID1|
|Display(s)||Dell U2713HM 2560x1440 IPS | Panasonic TC-L32E5 1080p IPS TV|
|Case||Thermaltake Suppressor F51 (stripped down to hold two radiators) | Cooler Master Elite 130|
|Audio Device(s)||RM-DAC -> Xiang Sheng 708b -> Sennheiser HD650 | HDMI sound device on 7970|
|Power Supply||LEPA G1600-MA 1600W | Corsair CX750M 750W|
|Software||Win 10 64|
|Benchmark Scores||over 9000 BungholioMarks, "Bitchin' Fast"|
The two pins I plugged my LED into give off about 5 volts, more than enough to run the LED.
EDIT: DON'T make me break out my multimeter again!!!
bust it out again and measure the current. 5v is perfect for a 5v led(what else?) but you need to make sure the current is sufficient as well.