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I have a Gigabyte GA-8SIMLNF Rev 1 motherboard with a intel pentium 4 processor at 2.53Ghz. I want to make a computer out of it,and since I can't afford parts I was wondering if I can just swap this motherboard for the one in my current HP Bro BA410. Of course it would require the right power supply. I've looked up that the power supply in my Brio has the following specs:
0950-3982 Part is in stock.
Switchable power supply (Delta DSP-120EB B) - 100-240VAC input, 45-66Hz - 5 DC outputs, 120 watts
according to the HP website. So I need to know what power supply my Gigabyte motherboard would need and whether its compatible with this power supply and whether I can just do a simple swap.
The following power supply unit (PSU) should work just right, however, it will not fit in a company branded case such as HP, Compaq, Gateway, Dell, etc. sine they all use proprietary parts and cases:
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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