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LX6810 PSU Issue


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flyboy1565

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Hey guys, you helped me save an LX6810 by throwing linux on it. But now i'm running into an issue with the power supply issue. Any time I get on it, it randomly loses power. After searching around I found this is common for these PCs. I'm looking to go a cheap but best bang for my buck. I have enclued the specs for normal replacement, but I'd like to maybe go a little higher on the wattage so I don't run into this issue again.


- 400W Power Supply Replacement PSU
- One (1) 20+4 ATX power connector (supports 20-pin and 24-pin)
- One (1) 12V P4 ATX power connector (4-pin)
- Three (3) large power connectors (4-pin)
- Three (3) SATA power connectors
- One (1) PCI-Express power connector (6-pin)
- One (1) Dell P6 (6-pin)
- One (1) small power connector (4-pin)
- One (1) 4-pin HP Power
- Quiet/Low-noise Operation
- Support 6-pin Auxiliary Cable
- Designed by Athena Power

Dimensions:
Depth: 4"; Height 3.25"; Width x 5.75"



As always you guys are the best.
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phillpower2

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Hello flyboy1565

Are those the maximum dimensions that you can use or is there any room for manoeuvre such as 5.9" x 5.5" x 3.3" if the latter is ok see here

Found a topic here by DeeJayKrens who says "The Gateway doesn't have a specialized fit, as I've already fit another PSU in it, standard size, but it doesn't have the connectors I need."
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thanks phill, as always your awesome..
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You are most welcome flyboy1565 :)

Please do confirm that any potential PSU will fit before making any purchase and any further questions let us know :thumbsup:
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