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Replacement for an discontinued smps


Best Answer phillpower2 , 26 August 2017 - 08:53 AM

EVGA 450 B1 80+ Bronze, 450W 3 Year Warranty normally but apparently not for items sold by Amazon Export Sales LLC in India   A far better quality and performance PSU than the previo... Go to the full post »


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I have an iBall Power Supply LPS223-400 ATX which got blown. This particular model production has stopped and i want to know which smps i should buy.Can anybody tell me , please
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:welcome:   sajithraj43,

 

Wont be hard finding a better quality replacement PSU but do you have a link to a hardware supplier where you are so we can suggest one that is not a thousand miles away or over your budget.


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Anything on ebay or amazon would do fine.
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Will see what we can find and get back to you asap.


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EVGA 450 B1 80+ Bronze, 450W 3 Year Warranty normally but apparently not for items sold by Amazon Export Sales LLC in India  :(

 

A far better quality and performance PSU than the previous one, but if you would like us to check it has your hardware covered post your system specs here and we will take a look for you.


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