Which replacement PSU should I buy?

Ibm Pc dos 2000 single 1-doc (eol 1/31/0...
August 9, 2010 at 00:27:53
Specs: Windows 2000, pentium
My Desktop suddenly decided to not switch on one fine morning and I suspect that it is the PSU that is faulty.

I want to go shopping for a new PSU but how can I find out which one to get for my PC?

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August 9, 2010 at 01:12:15
Not enough info, it may be easier to remove PSU and look for manufacturer number to see wether or not it is a standard size:



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August 9, 2010 at 01:55:58
Here's a list of PSU's from www.ebuyer.com in order of popularity. Remember to check if its standard size first.


I always aim to get a powerful PSU because then you can be sure that it can power your system with ease. Plus, if you upgrade your system in the future you shouldn't have any trouble with supplying the extra power. I have 850w antec psu.

Good luck

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August 9, 2010 at 12:09:10
Is the power supply for the computer you have listed above?

If so, that would be an obsolete type of PSU called an AT type. You may be better off finding a used one.

All the information you need should be printed on the PSU you currently have. There have been many changes in the standards since 2001.

Post the model and other information off the PSU label.

Post some details about your computer. If it is an IBM post the model number or service tag number.

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