Does anyone know if this PS is ATX???
How do you find this out? The power supply in question is a Kingspao KU-250P+. Is there some sort of mesurment i can do, like between mounting screws or something? This thing is about 4 years old, And its 250 wts, Thanx
if the computer turns off automatically after shutting down, it's ATX.. if not.. it's AT.
Easiest way - If it connects to the mainboard in one place with a huge block of 2 rows of pins of connectors (about 20), its ATX
if it has 2 connectors each of about 6 pins, then its AT.
the above post is right on it.
older at style ps had the number p8/p9 on each six wire socket. also the the socket holes are long shaped and when you put them together the black wires will be side by side on the side with the mobo clip holder."if you don't put the black together" trash can for the motherboard.
atx sockets have a square shaped openings with the corners rounded off.
if it is a atx and you can't use it. let me know. I have some at's that I can swap you out one to use
Well, the PS is definatly an AT one. Now, what im wondering is: can I use it on an ATX board? thanx.
sharpy is correct. they wanted to make sure you bought a new case from his brother" the case maker" so as you couldn't use it with the same case like you can some of the socket 7 boards.
that have either hookups.
Can't you also tell by which way the fan blows by default?
Fans blowing out i think is classified as ATX 2.0 specs...That means there hadda be a ATX 1.0 spec when fans blew in.
This is all from the deep pits of my memory, so im not sure at all.
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