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Old 01-12-2007, 03:56 PM
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Default PSU Compatability

CMPSU-520HX

I have an older Socket A setup for my computer and i am wondering if this PSU will be compatable, i know it is the same 20Pin connector but its there anything i should be aware of?

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Yep, all of the electrical connectors are a direct swapout, just need to read the power supply directions for changing the 24pin to a 20pin. However, if this is a bigger wattage supply than the original, it will be longer from front to back. Depending on the case you have, you might need to cut a bit of sheet metal on the case to get it to fit. Also, if this was originally an OEM system, such as some models of Dells, it might have a non-ATX compliant supply in it, meaning it's not a direct swap. From your list of components though, it looks like it'll swap right in.
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