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    E-Vectra / M2-ATX - Applicability

    Hi all,

    NooB here so I will admit to not knowing anyway enough so apologies for a basic question...I have however used the mighty search so bear with me

    I have just picked up a HP E-Vectra (free yay!)...I also have a M2-ATX PSU...now my question is, becuase the E-Vectra uses an external power-brick am I right to think that I cannot use the M2-ATX?

    Any help appreciated!

    Cheers

    Maz

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    You are probably correct.
    You won't know without opening up the eVectra unit.

    It's very likely that a Carnetix P1900 or P2140 would work for your setup. What does the output voltage on the power brick say?
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    thanks for the reply...

    the output voltage on the brick is 19V, 3.16A...pulling the box apart now...I am looking for a molex connection on the M/B?

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    dang, doesnt look like it will work i really wanted the startup/shutdown features of the m2....o well back to the drawing board

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_wankel View Post
    dang, doesnt look like it will work i really wanted the startup/shutdown features of the m2....o well back to the drawing board
    Ummmm.

    The Carnetix models that I called out have an integrated startup/shutdown controller as well...
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