New PSU

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Johnny Ray, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. Johnny Ray

    Johnny Ray Guest

    Due to an upgrade to a 6600GT video card, I need to change my old PSU
    to a new 450W PSU.
    My motherboard manual states that I need a 12V v2.03 ATX power supply
    for my existing motherboard (Soltek SL-75MRN) present PSU is a iCute
    320W 12V v1.3 that worked well with the board and old video card.

    The new PSU that I'm thinking about buying is the 3R System Dynamic
    RPS, 450W ATX PSU, Active PFC

    http://3rsystem.co.kr/english/products/view.asp?navi=power&idx_num=37

    The web site states that the PSU "Completely supports atx 12V 2.01".

    Question please; Does the difference between v2.01 and v2.03 mean I
    can't use this PSU? How critical is the difference? My gut feeling is
    it should be okay seeing as how the old PSU was a v1.3 and that worked
    okay.
    Johnny Ray, Jun 3, 2005
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