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Where can i find a psu for my Compaq SR1430NX


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Dan1887

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Alright I have upgraded tons of stuff on my pc, i currently have 2 sata drives, 2 ide drives(a dvd rw drive and a cd rom drive), 4 sticks of ram, a pci express, onboard audio and lan, case fan and processor fan, a p4 cpu, new mobo other then stock oem mobo all running off a 250 watt psu. I have wanted to change my psu for a long time here is the problem. My mobo is a microatx, so i believe my psu is micro atx and i cannot find a microatx psu over 250 watts. However i recently looked at the side of my psu and saw the word atx instead of micro atx. So if someone could tell me if i can use an atx power supply that would be perfect. The computer is a compaq pressario SR1430NX

Thanxs for ur help
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Open up your side cover and take some measurements on your power supply. Most compaq's built in the last couple of years use standard ATX power supplies.

I have found this power supply is slightly smaller than the normal ATX PS's. ou may need one a bit more powerful.

http://www.thermalta...970/w006970.asp

Heres more power.

http://www.thermalta...02/w0101102.asp

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According to Google, this model uses a standard power supply unit, therefore these are available from pretty much every PC outlet.
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