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    Default power supply

    where can I purchase a power supply that is atx 1.3 for older system

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    Default Re: power supply

    Is there a specific reason you can't use an ATX 2.0 or above PSU?

    ATX 1.x were designed more "weighted' on the 3.3v and 5v rails, while ATX 2.0 and above specs are more towards the 12V.

    A quick search on NewEgg reveals the Rosewill RV350 350W ATX 1.3 Power Supply.
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    Default Re: power supply

    Also, without knowing the specifics of your/this computer please be aware that there may exist the possibility that the PSU you're looking to replace may be proprietary and as such not any ol' PSU will suffce as a direct replacement.

    Proprietary meaning that the individual wires may be in differing holes of the connector and or the MB than "standard' ATX design, allowing for a safety hazard/fire upon powering up.

    Can you post the current PSU's model that you're looking to replace? That may, I say May, provide some help in determing what you have there that needs replacing.

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