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ATX to AT adapter?

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Neo Demi

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is there such a thing as an atx to at adapter, and if so, where can a person in the uk obtain one at a reasonable price?
thanks.


and, wouldve search, but atx and at are below the minimum size and *at* turns up a lot of threads
 

-=Mr_B=-

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*Bump*

i actually asked this to a long way back, never got a response.

I remeber even taking the question one step thurther, i wanted to know if anyone knew the hardware spec on the 3.3v AT power connector.

Hope you have better luck!
B!

-Watching... Hopping...-
 

cwb27

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Chances are yes, there is one out there seeing as an AT PSU only gives you +12v, +5v and 3.3v

Just did a quick Google, here's my results

Hope that helps a little
 
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Neo Demi

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yeah it helped. found one in the uk that sells them for 5.99. cheaper than buying a whole psu, and as far as i know there is no such thing as a micro at psu.