Question about Maxdata iStarUSA CP-01040 400W 1U Switching Power Supply 400-Watt

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Can you replace a XPC Shuttle power supply with iStarUSA CP01040?

Can you advise me if I can up my power on my shuttle with iStarUSA CP01040 Power Supply ??????

I am trying to find out if PWR Supply has 20 pin and 4 pin power to motherboard and the outputs for 2 HD's and 1 DVD plus one for Video Card and an extra for a total of 5 or 6 4pinhardware plugs?

I need just a little more than the Shuttle PC50-PW 300W Power Supply Dimensions: 190 x 82 x 43 mm for XPC
and see this is the almost the same dimensions as the CP01035 of..
Dimensions (W x H x D): 100 x 40.5 x 200 mm
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The Shuttle XPC PC50 PW is:
7.5 x 3.2 x 1.7 inches ; 1.3 poundsor

    Specification
    • Mfr Part Number: PC50
    • Type: 300W SFF power supply
    • Input
      • Input Voltage: 90~264V AC
      • Input Current: 7A/3.5A (100/240V AC)
      • Frequency: 63Hz / 47HzEfficiency
      • Efficiency: >70% at full load
    • Output
      • Hold up time: >16ms at full load (@115V AC)
      • Rise Time: <20ms at full load, nominal line
      • Short circuit protection: latch off
      • Power good signal: TTL compatible
    • MTBF: >100,000 hours at 75% load, 25C
    • Noise: <30dB
    • Saftey: CUL, TUV, CB, CCC
    • EMI: FCC class B, CE, BSMI, CCC
    • Dimensions: 190 x 82 x 43 mm
    • With 2* Serial ATA Connectors
    • Active PFC
    • Smart Fan Temp-Speed Control

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  • 123lsallis Nov 20, 2008

    I thank you UGE44 but I have the smaller profile profile box on my XPC. The 450W you suggest would be wonderful but I just got this info and you can see it is too wide as the PWR Supply sits along the side of the box and is only Dimensions: 190 x 82 x 43 mm for the org. Shuttle PWR Supply! Thanks for the try. Maybe I can find a pin out of the power 4pin plug for the CPU and cut and splice one off an old power supply if I can find an old one some where??? Guys I do appreciate every suggestion as I updated my video card and the 300W Shuttle is just a little short on power. If all fails I will move my DVD to an external powered box and if necessary the hard drive out too to a ESATA box and that will unload the PWR Supply and empty out the box but then I have to carry the tank/DVD-HD box with me so that is not too good just to get enough power for a hot video card to drive a nice 24" Samsung! Again thanks and I am open to more suggestions... I just cannot find anything the right size and the CP01045 and CP01040 are the only ones I can find of close size.
    ANY ONE HAVE THE POWER PIN OUT FOR A 4PIN POWER PLUG SO I CAN CUT AND SPLICE????
    Thanks again
    AL




    Shuttle 450W TOO BIG---Weight & dimensions

    Dimensions W x D x H
    86 x 150 x 83 mm

    Width
    86 mm

    Depth
    150 mm

    Height
    83 mm

  • 123lsallis Nov 20, 2008

    i AM HERE TO SHOUT "THANK YOU GREAT BIG BUNCHES!" THE WIRING DIAGRAM DID IT
    i AM OUT LOOKING FOR AN OLD SUPPLY TO ROB THE PLUG OFF OF!
    Sincerely you made my day, thanks again so much!
    AL


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The 500w PC63 power supply is the best fit you will get...But it is .394 too wide in the direction of going out the side of the case. 1.692 (H) to 2.086 (H). The width of 3.228 (W) will take you to just over the top of your ram memory. The back side will have to be modified some also to accommodate that extra width. It will be longer inside the case, but there is room for the extra .400 in length. I saw a PC50 that was fit into a Shuttle SN95G5..So this info is based on that and from the standpoint of the PC50 dimensions.....As a solution, I'm sure you could bend the case with some handy work or just cut that section out on that side.

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I have the same problem, I have a Shuttle XPC SN45G, it has the stock 200W, power supply. I just bought a HIS HD 4650 1gb AGP. It requires a 400W power supply and I have been trying to find this for some time and cannot. 123lsallis did you use the iStarUSA CP01040 amd redo wire?

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The IstarUSA powersupply you specified has all the connectioons you desire except one. The 4pin 12V connector for the motherboard. Seeing as this is an important connection this PSU will NOT be suitable for your needs.

You might check into uge44's suggestion of the SilentX 450W

If this does not suit your needs, please comment back and we'll try to find you a suitable alternative

Thanks
Dave

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    David Preston Nov 20, 2008

    The following link will take you to a page with graphics and charts depicting and defining then pin assignments for all of your standard power supply connectors, including the 12v connector you want to adapt.



    http://www.marnscda.com/PCWire101.htm#AT...



    If you need further help please feel free to ask

    Dave

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Hi,
I did exactly the same for a build I did for someone, but I used the PSU that Shuttle suggested which of course is one of their own, but those boxes are so cramped that a centimeter out will ruin your day.
Depending on which model XPC you have I'd advise you to get a Shuttle SilentX 450W. If you click here you can see which models it fits and all of the techs and specs you need.
Best price I could find it for in the UK is here but also found one in Canada for just over £70. You can see that one by clicking here.

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