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    where can I get one of these adapters from for the m2?

    Hey,
    Does anyone know where I can get one of these http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/M1-ATX-M2-ATX-...em200311581692

    quickly, as in by wednesday.. Am looking for an easy way to power carpc in the house to install everything.
    Oh and im in the uk
    cheers.

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    You should be able to get all of the parts needed at your local radioshack, that's just a barrel socket and some female spade connectors.

    Edit: just noticed you're in the UK. Not sure if you have RadioShack over there, but any electronics parts/component store should have them

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcom2073 View Post
    You should be able to get all of the parts needed at your local radioshack, that's just a barrel socket and some female spade connectors.

    Edit: just noticed you're in the UK. Not sure if you have RadioShack over there, but any electronics parts/component store should have them

    I guess our equivilant would be maplins, I didnt think of there until you mentioned it.. thanks

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    Just make sure whatever power adapter you plug into it is capable of handling the kind of wattage that the M2 uses.

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