Dell may not want to help you, but others may.. there are power supply
manufacturers who will tell you if you need a special power supply for your
board.. the picture of the tower layout in the Dell manual online looks to
be a standard ATX case fitting (where it fits and screws to the case).. at
the cable end, if it is the Dell special, adapter cables can be purchased
that will convert the standard ATX power outlet to Dell motherboard power
connector.. two links for you..
This one for the power supply info.. you may have to call them..
And this one for the adapter cable that will convert any ATX power supply to
"Lee Collison" <LeeCollison@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Here is what I want to do. I have a perfectly good computer that has a
> of data on it, but the problem is I have a 200 Watt power supply. I can
> upgrade the power supply per the hardware vendor, so what I am wondering
> the following:
> Is there a 256 MB AGP (or PCI) video that will work with a 200 Watt power
> supply that will allow me to use AERO features or Vista? My computer does
> not have a PCI Express slot.
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