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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by millert, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. millert

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    are there certain psu's for certain computer i mean how do u know what u need
     
  2. mclarenvj

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    well there are no PSU's for a certain pc, it mainly depends on what main mobo pin connector you have, either 20 or 24. and wether you case is an ATX or Micro - ATX
     
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  4. kev1952

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    We are talking about PSU's (Power Supply Units) are we not? The system you linked to already has the PSU built in - so what are you actually wanting to know?
     
  5. mclarenvj

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    oops i meant PSU
     
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    Agreed, Rich.:) The point is that if you buy a el-cheapo one then you will get what you pay for!
     
  8. Rich-M

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    Actually you get a lot more than you paid for on many occasions because when the cheapos blow, the often kill a cpu or mothertboard too.
     
  9. kev1952

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    Very well put!! ;)
     
  10. bigbear

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    It does make any difference if is is ATX or micro ATX, the same psu will fit either:rolleyes:
     
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