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18-Jun-2012, 04:10 PM #1
Where to Buy a PSU
My Emachines 270 has broken and I have been told I should buy a new PSU.
It runs on Windows XP, has a 1.70Ghz Intel Celeron Processor, 40GB Ultra DMA Disk Drive, has 6 USB ports.

The damaged PSU has an input voltage of 115V - 230V input current of 10A and a frequency 60-50Hz
The name of the damaged PSU was WINPOWER model SL-0460BTX
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18-Jun-2012, 07:52 PM #2
WinPower is junk brand. You can buy a PSU anywhere; local computer store, big box electronics retailers, or any online computer retailer. Here's an inexpensive unit that's a good quality unit: http://www.ebuyer.com/245675-antec-4...761345-06451-4
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