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Faulty psu -zdmax dp .. where can i get a new psu..

Completed building my zdmax dp with dual opterons, 2 days later psu blown up! ????????brandnew barebone ! now is the problem where can i get a new psu.?

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I have 2 Zmaxs Dps,1is nearly new and has been tested,(spec on request) Colour RED. The other was working but i am selling it as spares because i intended to use it for parts.( BLACK). I think the Black one is also O.K. except sometimes you have to fiddel with the Power lead to get it to run.

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