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What type of Power Supply should i get for my PC?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by andres080, Jul 14, 2007.

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  1. andres080

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    i need to buy a new power supply a 400w maybe but i dont know what type to get for my computer theres ATX, ATX/BTX, ATX 12v/micro ATX, ATX 12v, ATX 12v/EPS 12v, EPS 12v and i dont know which one is the one for my computer?

    I have a eMachines T1090.
     
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    you should pull it out measure it list whats on the rating label etc.
     
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    5.5" x 5.9" x 3.4"
    does it match this?
     
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    300watt looks like the top end
     
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    It will be hard to find a micro ATX power supply more than 300 watts. Reason is you can only pack so much power into a box that size. If you want to go 400 watts or more you'll probably need to re-package your eMachines into a larger case.
     
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