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Old 03-06-2018, 04:56 PM   #15
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Default Re: How many uf do i need to cope with the HDD inrush current

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Originally Posted by Curious.George View Post
Ohnosecond: noun; the time between commanding your finger to strike the ENTER key and realizing you shouldn't have done that; usually a wee bit less than human reaction time...
And I believe there's an article posted recently in some medical journal that this is not just a silly anecdote. It's a real phenomenon with human anatomy where once your mind is made up the first time to make a muscle movement, you can't stop it no matter how hard you try even if it hasn't quite been done yet - only recover if it's possible. Human anatomy "queuing delay" measured to be a bit less than 1 second or so

So keep away from that ENTER key before you double check!
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