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Old 02-14-2010, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default will this psu work as a replacement for this psu??

i found out that a computer my friend gave me with a fried psu for free just happened to have a 3.33 ghz 64bit processor in it... and i just can't let it sit here not being used any longer... i can't play games on my 1.9 ghz laptop =/

SO!.. will this:
http://www.buy.com/retail/product.as...ingid=46769389
(i also need a case, because a year ago we totally tore it apart and were to lazy to put it back together... im guessing the old case is now in the garbage..)

work as a replacement

for this?:
http://www.cputopia.com/emachine-480...ies-t3522.html
(which is fried because of a power surge)


and another question, if the psu was fried because of a power surge, is the board also fried?.. it doesn't smell fried..
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: will this psu work as a replacement for this psu??

Seems so. Key points- One (1) 12-inch 20+4-pin ATX connector One (1) 12-inch 12V power connector. Matches the original PSU.
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Old 02-15-2010, 12:03 AM   #3
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thought so, i just wanted to make sure before i bought it... also, it doesn't list how many peripheral power connectors there are... how many are usually on a psu??
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thought so, i just wanted to make sure before i bought it... also, it doesn't list how many peripheral power connectors there are... how many are usually one a psu??
It does, read between the lines. It seems that large = 4 pin molex, small = floppy power connector. And then each one has a single Sata connector.
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Default Re: will this psu work as a replacement for this psu??

ahh.. thanks, sorry, i'm still new to hardware terms... 1 more question, if you don't mind to answer..

this is my computer:
http://www.emachines.com/support/pro...es&model=T3522

the case that i want, says it's compatible with atx motherboards.. will my computer's motherboard fit into the case i want??
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From what I can see on Google, it is an ATX motherboard. If tower a standard size, it should be ATX.
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awesome... thanks for all your help!..
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