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- Miss Perspicacia Tick
June 23, 2005, 1:48 pm
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I highly doubt it - Dell is well known for using proprietary PSUs - you may
find that you need to replace the PSU (that's assuming you can find one to
fit the case).
You're probably going to need to replace it anyway, seeing as it was
designed to power a P2 350.
It also begs the question: why are you upgrading something that ancient and
not putting the money towards something new(er)?
Re: Power/Reset connector
On Thu, 23 Jun 2005 14:48:19 +0100, "Miss Perspicacia Tick"
One reason might be that old (OEM) cases were often more
sturdy than a typical off-the-shelf retail case. While they
typically had inferior airflow, they also had large solid
panels, which were structurally ideal for cutting out
new/large fan holes.