semi-OT: Power Computing 100 power supply

From: Jim <>
Date: Fri Apr 4 09:08:00 2003

Marion Bates wrote:

> Hi folks,
> Dunno if this is within the 10-year rule or not, but I don't know who
> else to ask. :)
> I've got a Power Computing 100, one of the earliest Mac clones
> (equivalent to Mac 8100/100, though the logic board is physically
> different). It seems that its power supply has died. It is a Seasonic
> SSH-200G. I'm pretty ignorant about PSU standards, so am not sure
> what I need to look for in a replacement -- a friend said "it looks
> like an AT power supply, but that little 4-pin plug [which connects
> to the logic board, I think] is non-standard, so a standard AT PSU
> won't work as a replacement." It also has two large 6-pin plugs that
> plug into the motherboard as well. The rest of the plugs are standard
> 4-pin.
> Does anyone know what would be a compatible replacement? For example,
> I have been corresponding with the seller of this (which he will
> relist if I want it):
> eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=3670&item=3409672341&rd=1
> which he says is the same except for being 250 watts instead of 200.
> But the model number's different and it looks a little different in
> the picture.
> Thanks in advance,
> -- MB
> .
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More watts is better.

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