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    m1 atx 90watt...is it for me?

    Hi,
    I'm a newbie I post from Italy...
    I have a problem with a power supply, I would you like to know if the power supply "m1 atx" is good for my hardware:
    -pentium3 800 Mhz
    -256 Mb pci133
    -HD 2.5" 40 Gb
    -DVD rom 16x
    -mouse gps usb
    -video and sound integrated

    Can I use this Dc-Dc??

    Thanks and sorry for my english....

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    yup. it's fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
    yup. it's fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycos


    YES!

    M1-ATX = OK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey


    YES!

    M1-ATX = OK!

    ok thanks, but if I use a dvd rom for pc (5.25"), is it ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycos
    ok thanks, but if I use a dvd rom for pc (5.25"), is it ok?
    I knew you were going to ask that.

    it should be because you are using a laptop HDD. If you get any problems that would be my 1st thin to try unplugging. You could always go with an opus 120 but the M1 should be enough.

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    I haven't tried it with that exact combo but yeah the M1-ATX has given out on me trying to use a full-size CDROM and HD. Mind you I've also got two PCI cards on it (MII-12000 with dual riser).

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    Quote Originally Posted by intuitionsys
    I haven't tried it with that exact combo but yeah the M1-ATX has given out on me trying to use a full-size CDROM and HD. Mind you I've also got two PCI cards on it (MII-12000 with dual riser).
    I think that I must use another power supplies for the dvdrom...
    Another solution is the Opus but here, in Italy, it is very expensive!!!

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