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    Arrow "Flex ATX" power supply

    I bought a second-hand PC which has an AOpen FSP200-60SAV(PF) power supply. I suspect that the power supply has failed and would like to replace it, but I'm not clear how standardised (if at all) the "Flex ATX" form factor is with regard to power supplies. For example, would something like this or this be a suitable replacement?

    The system has an IDE HDD, IDE DVD/CDRW and a floppy drive, powered by a P4 CPU. The current unit is 200W and has 5 connections: a 20-pin main connector; two 4-pin Molex connectors; one 2x2-pin connector; and one floppy drive power connector. Obviously, the replacement needs to have all of these.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Edit: I also found this one, much cheaper! Is that one suitable for my purposes?
    Last edited by allanlewis; 10-21-2009 at 03:52 PM. Reason: additional information
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