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# 253201 31-Jul-2019 16:35
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Looking for a power supply for an older pc so I can run an upgrade graphics card, anyone got something that they are looking to sell?

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  # 2286724 31-Jul-2019 17:10
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I have a Cooler Master RS 500 I can let go for $50 if you are in AKL CBD?




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  # 2286725 31-Jul-2019 17:12
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That sounds like what I'm after but unfortunately I'm in Queenstown

 
 
 
 


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  # 2286749 31-Jul-2019 17:46
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I bought a couple of these recently, been fine so far. 

 

https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/400w-aerocool-vx-400-power-supply/29190110?r=1462359

 

Theres 500W model available as well but price ramps up quite a bit... so alternative would be something like https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/500w-fsp-hexa-atx-psu/24458023?r=1462359

 

 





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  # 2287060 1-Aug-2019 11:56
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 I thought needed a power supply, I took my PC into PBTech here in Tauranga they let me try one for my PC with the understanding that if it didn't work out to return it and would get a refund. 

 

Which is what I did as it wasn't the power supply and replaced the cmos battery and it worked for me.




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  # 2287142 1-Aug-2019 13:54
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I 100% need a new power supply, got a new graphics card and the old power supply isn't powerful enough to run it.

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