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Power Source/Supply My 150 Watt Micro ATX just burned up again. What comparable power supply/source can I use with this computer?

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Confirm the wattage(how many watts e.g 150W) needed by your system from your manual.Make sure the wattage of power supply you are buying exceeds it or is equal.

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Whether it's a Micro-ATX or ATX supply, 12V or not, your PC could do with a quality one anyways. Unless you work for HP, in which case I don't know why you'd be on here, I recommend going to http://newegg.com/ (or your preference) and simply finding an equivalently or better rated supply.
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You can find the same psu at ebay with free shipping.

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You will have to figure out if your current case is ATX or Micro-ATX. Afterward find a power-supply online that will fit an ATX or Micro-ATX case. Another factor to consider is your motherboard's power connector. Some motherboards can only take a 20 pin while others take a 24 pin.

Perhaps a good power supply choice would be a PSU that has a 20+4 pin motherboard connector.

You can find some good Power Supplies online here. Just use the navigation menu at the top and go to: Computer Hardware>Power Supplies. After select, "Power Supplies" on the left and you will be able to find PSUs for desktop computers. I recommend the PC Power & Cooling brand, they are extremely reliable. Some of their PSUs also offer the 20+4 pin connectors.

Remember, it must fit your case and must fit your motherboard! Have a great evening.

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