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Power Supply Cable Question

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by wolf2009, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. wolf2009 Guest

    I lost my power cable for the Ultra 600W power supply. Talking about the fat cable that plugs into power supply and wall socket shown in bottom the image


    I found a cable like that in my mess of cables, but it was connected to a brick type dc adaptor. The plug says 10A 125V. I also found another cable that says 10A 250V and temp as 60C/75C. Will I be able to use these cables for the PSU ?

    I checked the wire connected to my other PSU, it is a lot fatter and also says 10A/125V and has temp mentioned as 105C.

    The PC that connects is Athlon II X2 , HD 4670, 1 HDD, 4GB DDR3.

    If not where can I buy a similar cable ?
  2. KH0UJ

    KH0UJ New Member

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    That will do;) you can also use the fat one, bigger wires and insulation, more reliable, less voltage drop:rockout:

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