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JohnnyRingo

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Hi,
I need to upgrade my weak 200W PS. Apparently, it is an HP "half size" PS (HP #0950-4106), and normal sized ones don't fit. I would like to find one at least 350W.
A couple of local places I have checked do not have one that will fit.

Where can I find a replacement? Is there even a PS available in this wattage for this size?
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What model is it being used in and why do you need to upgrade it? Mostly it's used in mini boxes whicch don't need much power.
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It's a model 763n. I want to upgrade my video card which requires 350W.
I have found a 300W PS, but that's it. Will a 6600GT work ok on 300W?
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not with other devices such as a p4 mb or sound card. try googling atx mini psu

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