Replacement PSU for Studio XPS 435MT

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Replacement PSU for Studio XPS 435MT

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Hey guys

I been getting some problem with the PC not recoverinf from sleep mode. Need to manually power off and when turned back on io get the 2 bleep code. I would have take power off manualy again for pc to reboot normally again. I have read that its to do witht the PSU, and which to replace the PSU.

Are any of these suitable for my current system?

i7 920, 8gb ram, ati 4850

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/650W+or+less/450W+ARIANET+Gamer+80PLUS+Power+Supply+?productId=47996

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/650W+or+less/550W+ARIANET+Gamer+80PLUS+Power+Supply+?productId=47997

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/500W+FSP+HEXA+Series+80PLUS+Power+Supply+?productId=48310

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/650W+or+less/550W+OCZ+ZS+Series+80PLUS+Bronze+Power+Supply+?productId=45457

I am unsure about the power connectors going to the motherboard, as with the current PSU i need a 24pin as well as a 8pin connector (i believe the 8pin is for the CPU???)

I did buy a PSU from maplins but it did not have a 8pin connector: http://www.maplin.co.uk/700w-black-cit-atx-power-supply-with-12cm-silent-fan-264565

thanks for any help in advance!!!!

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  • Daran16

    The 550W OCZ ZS Series 80PLUS Bronze Power Supply shown HERE in your link, will work fine in an XPS 435MT.

    It has the 24-pin [20+4-pin] main motherboard and EPS/ATX12V 8-pin [4+4-pin] power connectors, needed for the motherboard, plus the 8-pin [6+2-pin] GPU and a 6-pin GPU power connectors.

    Bev.

     

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  • shesagordie

    Daran16

    The 550W OCZ ZS Series 80PLUS Bronze Power Supply shown HERE in your link, will work fine in an XPS 435MT.

    It has the 24-pin [20+4-pin] main motherboard and EPS/ATX12V 8-pin [4+4-pin] power connectors, needed for the motherboard, plus the 8-pin [6+2-pin] GPU and a 6-pin GPU power connectors.

    Bev.

    I have this one HERE in my 570, and Corsair are a good make.

          

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  • Thanks for the replies! Are the other PSU not suitable? dont wish to spend more than i have to, my current stock PSu is ony 350watts, and am not looking to upgrade my GPU, maybe add anothe harddrive.

    was thinking of  the 500W FSP HEXA one: www.aria.co.uk/.../500W+FSP+HEXA+Series+80PLUS+Power+Supply+

  • would this one also be compatible? www.maplin.co.uk/450w-xfx-pro-series-atx-psu-with-easyrail-technology-587552

  • Daran16

    Thanks for the replies! Are the other PSU not suitable? dont wish to spend more than i have to, my current stock PSu is ony 350watts, and am not looking to upgrade my GPU, maybe add anothe harddrive.

    was thinking of  the 500W FSP HEXA one: www.aria.co.uk/.../500W+FSP+HEXA+Series+80PLUS+Power+Supply+

    That will work, but I have never heard of the company. I would stay away from the cheap one's, they might fry your mobo, but yet again, they might not.

          

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  • Hey is OCZ any good? found both of these on play, are they compatible:

    www.play.com/.../Product.html

    www.play.com/.../Product.html

    thanks

  • Daran16

    Hey is OCZ any good? found both of these on play, are they compatible:

    www.play.com/.../Product.html

    www.play.com/.../Product.html

    thanks

    Both those PSU's are ok to use.

          

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  • Daran16

    OCZ make's a good power supply and the PSU is the component, you don't want to go cheap on.  Wink

    Bev.

     

     

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