> So, anyone in the Galway area got a spare AT PSU?
I may have one spare, but you'll have to collect in cork. Am changing to a
300W myself on Sat (hopefully!), so my 200W will be put aside.
> Will an ATX PSU work with an AT motherboard?
Only if the motherboard supports it. If the motherboard is relatively new
then there is a good chance, but if more than 2/3 years then probably not.
> Will a 200W PSU be OK for a P133, bunch of cards, two
> hard disks, and a CD?
Depends on the cards and drives. I had 2 hard disks, DVD and CD-RW with
some older cards. Then upgraded video to Voodoo3, sound to SBlive and got
two new UDMA66 drives. Also upgraded to K6-2 500Mhz. Now things are getting
a bit strained. Unplugging the CD-RW seems to do the trick for the time
With the P133 I would expect that you should be okay.
Hope that's of use.
If your interested in the PSU drop me a line.
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