It has more amps on the 5v rail than the 12v dude. Which I first thought was poo, but after seeing your post I am happy about lol. Update. So yesterday I decided to test the hardware itself, after making the Oring and modding the PSU. It's been an awful long time since I used XP and I have had to learn where everything is again. I first tried to install Windows 2000 onto a 16gb CF card but then realised the card was as slow as balls. 20/25. So I gave up on that (hours wasted) and then moved to XP on the IDE drive. I installed a Dell version first (which took a while) and then realised it wouldn't take my genuine XP serial so I scrubbed that install and installed a hacked version (WTG Microsoft, forcing people to do that because you have about 200 versions of XP that all need different serials !). Any way I got that on and then I started having big issues. The GPU driver went on and immediately dropped the res to 640x480 and 4 bit colour. That is 16 colours. Not 16 bit, but 16 lol. I tried various different drivers to no avail and almost gave up. Then I thought that instead of constantly keep installing and removing drivers I should look into the problem. Eventually I wound up looking at the monitor properties, and noticed a tab that said "Hide modes this monitor can not display". According to who? Microsoft? I disabled that and immediately it jumped to 1024x600 (the full res of my mini test screen) and 32 bit colour. Then I spent hours trying to find the drivers for it. Even the ones on Asus's site were wrong. So that gobbled up loads of time continually moving from PC to PC with a memory stick. In the end I got there but I still need to locate and install the sound driver. It doesn't help that all of the mainstream web browsers no longer support XP so you can't install them, and the stock IE won't connect to any websites ffs. I forgot what days of fighting with software and drivers were like if I am honest. It's just all so easy these days !