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Old 04-01-03, 03:18 PM Thread Starter   #1
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1700+ pally and el-cheapo m-atx PSU


I found a really tiny mATX case that I want. My question is- does anyone think that the included OEM el-cheap-o 200W PSU will be enough to power a stock 1700+ pally, a 40GB 7200RPM Hitatch, a 32x CDRW, 256MB PNY DDR, a floppy, and of course my Asus mATX fully integrated mobo? There is no agp card, pci cards.... etc...

None of the pics give any specs on the psu... should I risk it?

I also have a 1.3GHz duron that I could use instead- if the 1700 is too much.

Anyone have any comments? BTW- the case is newegg# N82E16811130105

http://images2.newegg.com/productima...130-105-01.JPG

BTW- its only $37.00...
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I made a practically identical system using this case and it's still going fine.
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Old 04-01-03, 08:44 PM Thread Starter   #3
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Wow. Ok cool. Because I know name brand systems put really really wimpy PSU's in their computer.

Anyway- thanks... I'm probably going to have to make a blow hole in the top because it might get a little warm in there if I dont.

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