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    Default Fortron Source FSP530-60GNA ... $12 shipped @ Axiontech!!

    I found this completely by accident (doesn't show up in Froogle, either) ...

    http://www.axiontech.com/prdt.php?item=57575

    Price: $2.95
    Shipping: ~$10.00? UPS Ground.

    Came out to $12.22 shipped for me.

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    What do you expect for 18a@+12V
    It should be free
    I had one, but mine had the Sparkle label on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAD4466HK View Post
    What do you expect for 18a@+12V
    It should be free
    I had one, but mine had the Sparkle label on it
    QFT.

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    Too bad it's not the rare FSP530-60GL with 12v @28A that was never available in North America

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    T'is good for older CPUs that are served by the 5V rail.
    Worth a good looking over. http://www.badcaps.net/

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    Yeah - these have a ton of power on the 3.3v/5v rails.

    My usual advice to those who have them though is to move that intake fan to correct the cooling issues these have. Mine's going on three years old now... it's powering an old P4 at the moment. Once in a while that rig won't fire up and needs the PSU power switch cycled, but otherwise no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalvanizedYankee View Post
    T'is good for older CPUs that are served by the 5V rail.
    One of the best ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    Too bad it's not the rare FSP530-60GL with 12v @28A that was never available in North America
    Is this not the 28A on +12V FSP?

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    Possibly, but I've never seen one to know for sure.

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