Question about Dell (PS-5201-8D2) (PS52018D2) 200-Watt Power Supply
Posted by Anonymous on
Use caution, some older Dell machines used a non standard, proprietary pin-out on the 20 pin connector ALso the 6 pin is suspect. If you connect a regular ATX PSU, you will fry the MoBo. Look here
DELL ATX motherboard Power Supply pinout
Posted on Sep 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here are specs and replacement:
230W ATX Power Supply - PS-5201-5D - HP-233SNF ...You can also replace it with a compatible 300 W psu.
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: Dell ATX(12v) power supply
The fact that it is made by Dell is irrelivent.
ATX is a standard and so are 20 and 24 pin motheroboard connectors.
You should find what you need by searching for: power supply unit on Wikipedia and Google.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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heres the diagram...
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