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What is that really small PSU?

You plug it directly on a 20 pin slot.

It has 1x 4pin and 1x SATA and Molex connectors.

It has a laptop type plug in for the power.

I only need the name of the little thing as I've forgotten it! :P

Also: Would you recommend using it for a SMALL Web hosting and 1 micro game server?

The server is old and not powerful.

asked Jun 30 '10 at 18:10

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edited Jun 30 '10 at 19:16

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huh? do you need a power supply with laptop power connector and sata power? good luck finding one never have seem one. you need two bricks on for laptop power and one for hard drives that are external or using those usb to SATA adapters. would help if the question made more sense...

(Jun 30 '10 at 18:46) iscifitv iscifitv's gravatar image

what is the question? what are you looking for a small power supply for a server??? what size is the case is what matters a 4U case is the same size as a mini tower or desktop so a standard power supply will fit. if your server case is 1U you need to find a special power supply for that type of case there isn't a once size fits all. they all would include the correct power connectors needed for motherboard sata and pata drives as well but the physical size is what matters. one I know what you are really meaning by this question I could give you a better answer

answered Jun 30 '10 at 18:41

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Iv not worded it proper....

It takes a power source from a Laptop power supply and goes to a micro PCB. The PCB has a 20pin on it with 1x: 4pin , Molex & Sata.

answered Jun 30 '10 at 18:46

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