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After market power supplies

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Morania, Feb 15, 2003.

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  1. Morania

    Morania Thread Starter

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    Is there a site to find power supplies that will fit the odd cases from HP and Dell?
     
  2. Alex Ethridge

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    Those power supplies are available from parts suppliers in my area. Check your yellow pages and take the power supply with you if you get it locally. Also, a good 350-watt standard power supply can be had for about $30; but, expect to pay up to three times as much for the HP type with half the power.

    You might check www.pricewatch.com.
     
  3. Morania

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    There's nothing standard about these power supplies or I could reach into my van and grab one of, I think, 5 in my inventory.
    The p/s's in the HP are funky shape and smaller. Some Dell's are thata way too..
    I want to do all this from the comfort of my own computer and let the UPS man do the labor. Technology has advanced way to far to use a phone book or my own vehicle to buy things.
    Keep those cards and letters coming.
     
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