Weakest PSU you've seen?

June 20, 2011 at 06:45:15
Specs: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Intel Pentium e5800 @3.2GHz, 2GB DDR2 SDRAM (2x1GB,800MHz PC-6400
I was bored, then one time I looked into my school's server room (with permission from computer lab teacher, and yes it does have one) and found an entire PC's worth of old hardware (the computer lab teacher puts old hardware here)! A Pentium II at 233MHz (WUT), EDO DIMMS, etc. Then I come across these PSUs. They were interesting to me, to I picked them up and took a look...

Delta Electronics
MAX output: 100W!
+12V rail = 4A
And the rest of voltages I forgot. Because it's summer already, no pics.
Had a few Molex connectors, a 20 pin mobo, NO 4/8 pin CPU power (durr)

So it got me to this here. What's the weakest PSU you've seen?

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June 20, 2011 at 07:46:11
"MAX output: 100W!
+12V rail = 4A"

All systems prior to the P4 relied primarily on the +5V rail. The ATX12V standard (with the 4-pin ATX12V plug for the P4) didn't come into being until about 2000. The P2 was released in the mid 90's. There's nothing unusual about what you've found, it's just old stuff.

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June 22, 2011 at 15:01:08
True. It did look like an atx 1.1 standard to me (included -5V rail, 20 pin, no p4 DURR)

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