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Old 06-21-2007, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well i need to fix my old win 98 machine
it's an old pentium 3 700mhz processor, recently the psu completely packed in so i need a new one.
I'm relatively inexperienced but the connector is a 20 pin atx connector to the motherboard, and i'm not sure which what psu to get (the previous one was 150w delta)?

and just another thing i was wondering if the pentium 4 compatible psu's with the 4 pin molex work with pentium 3 boards as well if you don't connect the molex

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b1gapl is spot on, both the PSU's are a bargain I am considering the first one for a new build I am going to be making for work, they are currently using a old p2 computer can you believe that.
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