New power supply for a dell c521?

New power supply for a dell c521? Topic: Case shuttle
July 19, 2019 / By Flore
Question: hello is there a way i could upgrade my dell c521 psu from 280w to 400w. its a slim case and i need a new psu for the new gpu im getting. could someone give me a link to one
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Dalilah Dalilah | 2 days ago
It uses SFF (small form factor). This one looks right : (check the dimesions & compare with existing one) http://www.ozdirect.com/product/Shuttle+... regards, Philip T
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Dalilah Originally Answered: Dell Power Supply Upgrade?
All desktop power supplies are interchangeable except for wattage. And they are almost foolproof when installing. The brand makes no difference either, except for personal preference. I just bought a Hewlett Packard 6320y and put a ATI Radeon HD 5870 in it. Which required a new power supply. I went ahead and put an 850 watt in it. Just in case I needed to upgrade in the future. FYI: Hewlett Packard and Dell are the same company.
Dalilah Originally Answered: Dell Power Supply Upgrade?
Nine of that of what you had reqiured to everyone doesn't make any any any anul any sense so you need to go to the store and ask them that is what they get payed for wrong place wrong question lord power to you opps

Blanid Blanid
Dell is infamous for using nonstandard power supplies. Just search the web for c521 power supply upgrade and see what you find.
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Blanid Originally Answered: Dell Vostro 420 MT comes with how many wattage of power supply?
Let me guess... you're thinking about putting in a graphics card right? You can't simply look at the watt rating alone. There's more things that go into a power supply than you think. A computer is usually powered by 5V and 12V lines. Yes that power supply does more than convert 110V AC into DC... it actually creates 3 different DC voltage lines. Open up your case and I suggest you look at the amperage rating. It should have a 12V on it and below an amps rating. This should give you an idea of how much power you can play with. Since 300W is easily consumed these days... I would recommend a Radeon HD 5570.

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