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WT 350w power supply IDE/AGP connectors ?

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Needs to work in a dell dimension 8300
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:163 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
Needs to work in a dell dimension 8300
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:163 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
IDE/AGP connectors ?
What do you mean by this, do you mean the ATI Power pin adaptor?

http://www.hardwarezone.com/img/data/articles/2004/1192/08-agp-power_install.jpg

OR

http://www.jkcomputersystems.com/Assets/Pictures/items/AD-LP4-TO-3PIN.jpg
#2
um i dunno, i just need a power supply which works with a dell dimension 8300, my hard drives and dvd drives are IDE, my graphics card is agp ?
1 Like #3
Any power supply will work then fella if you don't have an special inputs on the card. Just read what watt you have and what size the power supply is ATX AT or Full ATX.

Also your pc spec would be helpful for whether its Pentium or Athlon im guessing its pentium based as I don't know many older Dell machines.
#4
i've got 2 psu's i want to sell, ones a hiper type R (I think 480W but will double check this eve when i get home), the other is a generic 350W i'll look when i get home tonight.
#5
Adam2050
Any power supply will work then fella if you don't have an special inputs on the card. Just read what watt you have and what size the power supply is ATX AT or Full ATX.

Also your pc spec would be helpful for whether its Pentium or Athlon im guessing its pentium based as I don't know many older Dell machines.


oh ok if one comes up here ill ask you for help then thanks. Repp'd

My pc is a 3.0ghz p4,2.5gb ram and on xp
#6
DVS_Dee
i've got 2 psu's i want to sell, ones a hiper type R (I think 480W but will double check this eve when i get home), the other is a generic 350W i'll look when i get home tonight.


Let me know thanks
#7
MarzBarz
oh ok if one comes up here ill ask you for help then thanks. Repp'd

My pc is a 3.0ghz p4,2.5gb ram and on xp


Im guessing ATX dell machine.
So any power supply over 300W should surfice really.
But the more money you spend the better quality of power supply your going to get.
12V rail is key if your playing games on it.
#8
Erm whats atx lol
#9
MarzBarz
Erm whats atx lol


Size of the power pack in relation to the motherboard.
#10
Its look kind of big?
#11
MarzBarz
Its look kind of big?


Yep
#12
ok i replied in your other thread, but expect to pay 20 ish plus delivery for a good one, steer clear of all the GOLD VALUE ones.

Branded 500-600w ones are only about 25-30 inc delivery dude.
#13
i have an enlight 300watt ATX power supply, will take £15 delivered

also have another 300watt power supply which i have had for over 6 years, never any problems, don't know the make though, again £15 delivered
#14
DudeyGeeza
ok i replied in your other thread, but expect to pay 20 ish plus delivery for a good one, steer clear of all the GOLD VALUE ones.

Branded 500-600w ones are only about 25-30 inc delivery dude.


+1
#15
It to be minimum 350
#16
ok no worries, im not 100% sure (someone can shed their knowledge here to help), but 300watt might be fine if you haven't got a lot of components in your pc, e.g, do you have alot of drives, fans, or a power hungry graphics card?
#17
Not sure if this is any good P4 just tested it £10 inc
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v314/lewie/DSCF2585.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v314/lewie/DSCF2587.jpg
#18
Hmm I'll letb you know
#19
Ill take it, anychance you can post today?
1 Like #20
MarzBarz
Ill take it, anychance you can post today?

Yeh
PM'd
#21
paid thanks

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