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NEW ULTA V Series 350w power supply .

I just got a new tower ULTRA DEFENDER with an ATX ULTA V series 350w power supply. The tower comes with an 120mm case fan were does this plug in? To big for mob. doe's this plug into power supply?

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Re: NEW ULTA V Series 350w power supply .

Yes that fan should plug into the 4 pin MOLEX off the PSU.
Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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The CoolerMaster CAC-T05-UW computer case is a Mid-Tower computer case.

It supports (Uses) power supply's that are the ATX form factor.

[Motherboards dimensions are stated as Form Factor. What Form Factor is the motherboard.
The term Form Factor is used erroneously for Power Supply's, and computer cases, ]

The ATX form factor dimensions for a Power Supply is approximately,
A) 6 inches Wide. { Width} (15.24 Centimeters)
B) 5.5 inches Long {Length} (13.97 Centimeters)
C) 3.5 inches Tall {Height} ( 8.89 Centimeters)

The ATX form factor for a power supply, also denotes what power cables are used.

A) One 20 or 24-pin ATX main power cable.
(Power supply's sold now, have an ATX main power cable that can be used as a 20-pin, or a 24-pin. You simply use, or do not use the four extra pins,

B) One 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable,

C) At least one SATA power cable. Better power supply's have two, or more,

D) Two, or more 4-pin standard Peripheral power cables. Better power supply's usually have four,
(Misnomered as 'Molex'. The name stuck just like Crescent wrench for an adjustable open-end wrench),

[Don't forget that if you need a certain power cable, and the Power Supply doesn't have it, you can use an adapter power cable on two 4-pin standard Peripheral power cables ]

E) 4-pin small Peripheral power cable. Used in the older computers for a Floppy Drive. Used now for a Card Reader,

I'm going to state that approximately 80 percent of personal computers out there use an ATX form factor power supply.

(The rest use a smaller size of power supply, or a different shape.
This was brought about so desktop computers could be made smaller.
Less space is needed for the computer tower in the room.

BAD design, computer manufacturers, and people who desire this.
Most personal computers are cooled by AIR, except for the gamer computers that may use Water, or Nitrogen, or refrigerant.
You need a Mid-Tower, or Full-Tower computer case, or you're going to have problems down the road)

ATX power supply's are sold everywhere.

The things you need to consider, besides what form factor for the Power Supply, is what Wattage, and how much Amp's will the 12 volt power rails handle.

A decent Power Supply now should have at least 500 Watts, and the 12 volt power rail/s should handle at least 24 Amps. (24A)

{Some Power Supply's are listed as having multiple 12 Volt power rails.
Check to see what Each 12 volt power rail listed, will handle in Amperage.
Add ALL 12 volt power rail Amp's up for a total.
This is what the 12 Volt power rail amperage will be.

I'll show an example in an added Comment}

For additional questions please post in a Comment.


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