Question about OEM Systems ATX P4 350 Watts Power Supply ( Channel Well OEM ) (PS350) Power Supply

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How many amps does a 350 watts power supply have?

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  • neil700 May 11, 2010

    Amp draw varies depending on how many devices are connected (i.e. drives, motherboard, fans, etc.) Also, specs vary from power supply to power supply, despite being 350W.

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Should be written on the power supply on a specs sticker

hop this helps

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: pyramid 35 amp regulated power supply

Use specified power supply by the computer.

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SOURCE: Power supply Dell NPS-200PB-73M

You can buy it here.

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

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Power supply seems to work fine until it has a load on it. Puts out 13.8 volts, but will only handle about 2 amp load before the overload protection kicks in. My 2 amp load test is an 1157 light bulb and...


Note: I'm answering your post with the assumption that you plan on using this power supply with a computer. If this is not your intention, please disregard my solution attempt.

You likely already know this, but if you are powering a computer you're going to need a power supply with more wattage. I would recommend nothing less than a 350 watt power supply.

Follow this link to calculate how much power you need to run your computer: http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

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