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A-Power Golden Deluxe 680W 20+4-pin ATX PSU

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  • A Power 680 Watt 20/24-Pin ATX Power Supply General Features: Complies with ATX standards
  • Dual-fans for optimalcooling Low noise and ripple Over-voltage protection
  • Short circuit protection on all outputs Power On/Off switch Fan speed switch
  • One (1) 12-inch ATX power connector One (1) 12-inch large 20-24-pin power connector
  • Six (6) 12-inch large molex power connectors -1-YEAR WARRANTY

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OH YEAH! POWER!! This A Power 680 Watt 20/24-Pin ATX power supply supports Intel Pentium 4 /AMD processors and complies with ATX standards. It includes a 12-inch ATX power connector, six 12-inch large molex power connectors, and two 12-inch SATA connectors. Let the A Power 680 Watt 20/24-Pin ATX power supply get to work for you today...Buy it NOW! 1-YEAR WARRANTY

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Shipping Weight 3.3 pounds
Manufacturer A Power
ASIN B000YJ724O
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Best Sellers Rank #13,513 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Power Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com November 8, 2007

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By C. Disbrow on March 14, 2011
I bought this power supply as a replacement, and less than 6 months later, maybe even less than 3,
my computer won't power up, when I open the case, and plug it in, guess what? Sparks start to shoot
out of this thing, it's a cheep piece of junk.
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