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There is only 1x4 Pin connector for the CPU power and x1 20+4 Pin Connector which is standard. (For the PCI there is only x1 6-Pin Connector which I didn't know about until I got the PSU (might of been an error on my side) So Molex adapters may be needed for a GFX Card that needs more than 1 6-Pin)
9 Jul 2014 by Mrs H.
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Its a standard ATX fitment PSU and you shouldnt have a problem with it fitting in that case. As for the PSU itself, i had one fail in less than a year, (CIT gold 650w) And this one here failed in my brothers PC in less than a year taking out his GPU with it. So i wouldnt recommend it, nowadays id spend at least £50 on a reputable psu like a corsier, XFX, OCZ etc and wouldnt torch with these cheapo ones you see around with a barge pole.
3 Mar 2015 by Puggy
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Its 750Watt it would depend on other factors with in your pc case. No. of fans running cpu factor any energy consumption, but I don't see why not
1 Mar 2015 by Eric Donaldson
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Yes this will fit, all tower desktops have a standard PSU size unless stated. Be careful with whatever graphics cards you use though, this doesn't have the correct output without adaptors.
28 Feb 2015 by J. Stead
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It can not no. It is very low spec. for the 750w shown. It Has no 80+ rating and only a 4-pin CPU power connector, also 1x 6-pin PCI power connector so wont be able to power that card
7 Jan 2015 by Mrs H.
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This is a standard ATX psu and will fit in either top or bottom cases like most psu's do.
28 Dec 2014 by Puggy
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Dimensions: 150mm x 85mm x 158mm (W x H x D) It lines up with all the screw holes on my standard ATX case. Is working fine as a replacement to my old failed PSU. Hope this is helpful to you.
2 Dec 2013 by The traveler.
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