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    Question Question about Opus 150w and my motherboard

    My motherboard is a socket 478 using a Celeron 2.0ghz. There is a four prong power adapter that runs the Processor. My question is probably stupid but I would like to know before buying my Opus does the Opus just have the standard ATX power plug or does it have both the four prong and the ATX. Like any P4 powersupply???
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    Celeron 2Ghz
    256mb Ram
    60gb HD
    Dvd RW
    Opus 150w
    Lilliput 7" Touchscreen

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    Thanks a lot. Your a big help. Juding from my setup do you think that will give me enough power?
    If at first you don't succeed it probably wasn't meant to be

    Celeron 2Ghz
    256mb Ram
    60gb HD
    Dvd RW
    Opus 150w
    Lilliput 7" Touchscreen

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