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the current cabability of the +5V pins of the PCI socket existed in the mother board

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doaa_yehiagouda

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Hello,
Kindly advise about the following issue
I want to know the current cabability of the +5V pins of the PCI socket existed in the computer because i want to supply my designed board with the +5V from the PCI socket
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a safe value for 5v pci card is to draw a maximimum current of 1 to 1.5Amps.
 

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As far as I know, 5A @ 5V are specified in PCI 2.3 But the total power drawn from the slot is limited at 25 W as well.
 

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infact , there are two types.
one 7.5w and other 25w cards.
 

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