Not off the top of my head, but, I got it right here and a phillips screwdriver [nice benifit of homebrew, no warranties to void
*reaches for tool, pc, camera *
Ok, It's an "Allied" 250W never heard of that
But Apex has the exact same part #...http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6817154024
Although that one is only 1 SATA connector. Apex's site shows it with 2... http://www.apextechusa.com/products.asp?pID=42
so I'm guessing it is a rebadged Apex.
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this Dell only uses IDE HDDs and so when I need a bigger drive I will need to upgrade the entire machine
I would not throw out a machine cause of that, you can get a SATA-->IDE adaptor for a few bucks, then put any SATA in there you want.
$4: http://www.dealextreme.com/p/sata-to-id ... card-12537
(I have personally used this in an Xbox original, can verify it works) adds very little length to the drive too
Or get a SATA PCI card...
$17: http://www.dealextreme.com/p/via-4-port ... -card-4706
Newegg reviews (reviews in general) need to be taken with a grain of salt, There are quite a few morons out there, I am amazed at how many times people will totally muck the easiest thing up then try to blame the parts. Unless a review has OVERALL bad stuff said about it, I normally don't pay attention to the newbies.
In the case of mini-itx, look for people reviewing them when used in a proper enviroment, media server, myth SD frontend
, NAS, router, car PC, old school
M.A.M.E. box, etc... NOT the people trying to use them as a desktop replacement, myth HD frontend/backend combo
, gaming rig, modern arcade
M.A.M.E. box, etc...
Also, notice that this power supply is only 65% efficient, so it will cause your machine to use more power... i.e. your 15W cpu will draw like 24W, If your looking for green, get an %85+ PS (80 PLUS GOLD Certified).
Also, one awesome thing about newegg, They make returns easy when something doesn't work like it is supposed to, although that has been few and far between for me (ain't had to send a part back in years and I spend $1000+ there anually)