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Power supply my 420 watt switching power supply quit working and I need to replace it.I need to know what the max wattage power supply the msi ultra-c ver.1 motherboard will accept

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Any 450 Watt SMPS power supply is ok. Zebronic or Mercury retails around Rs.450 to 500. No need of costlier power supply like Corsair etc.

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