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    Question Question about CX450

    I ask a psu about 1 month ago for my old p4 3,4 northwood here.

    They recommend me a cx450. Its works perfect for me. And is cheap only 51,90 in amazon.es.

    I need use some y molex cable/fdd but thats all.

    He have four ide molex. But not fdd connector, so you nedd a y molex with fdd connector or a molex->fdd conector, or a sata to molex+fdd conector.

    Also they recommend me buy the no modular version, because the semi modular drops the lcc resonance.

    Amazon send me the great wall i think. The code is little different from the review is a RPS0064 instead of 063 of the review web page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon13 View Post
    The code is little different from the review is a RPS0064 instead of 063 of the review web page.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...-psu,5678.html

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    Corsair CX450s that CWT made are stamped with RPS0053, while the ones Great Wall made say RPS0063
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    Perhaps the Guru could enlighten us about RPS0064

    https://forums.tomshardware.com/thre...etter.3133005/
    sees to suggest it is a CX550
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    CX550 (RPS0064 / CP-9020121) / Great Wall
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    Don't bump threads with off topic posts.

    Don't post multiple posts asking the same question.

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    I wouldn't dare invoke the wrath of the Guru... life is too short already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Don't bump threads with off topic posts.

    Don't post multiple posts asking the same question.
    1. I don't have duplicated a post, in the first a guy that have an old computer as me search a power supply, i only tell he what they recommend me, and tell what i recieved as he speak it not like corsair, and what connectors it have/i needed because he have old thing with 3,5 fdd flopy drive as me.

    I think there is a difference about hey i have a old computer like you and he recommend me these power supply that ask a precise question about the power supply.


    2.. I don't have open this thread.┐?.Was the response to the other thread. Where is it supposed i should write now?

    3.Then when i a view the code issue (when i look at the connectors in my psu box) i search a generic topic about the power supply and there i made the question where it should be to not change the guy thread speaking about that and because i don't want made a new thread only to ask these.
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