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Need to know what kind of power supply is with these wiring.

its a 320 volt power supply.
http://tinypic.com/r/2qull6r/9
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  1. Where do you live that uses a 320V PSU? Can't you take a photo of the PSU's nameplate?
    Those connectors you have in your hand look like a CPU 4-pin power, PCIe 6-pin, and some mystery connector. Maybe a proprietary connector for a proprietary motherboard.
  2. That "mystery connector" is a floppy drive connector. Can also be used for some fans or other small peripherals. I've seen USB and card reader bays use that power connection.

    I'm guessing it's a 320 WATT not Volt power supply.
  3. @ hang-the-9
    You're probably right about the OP mixing his volts and watts.
    But a floppy drive power connector only has 4 pins. That mystery connector has 6. Some older proprietary boards PSUs had a aux. power connector that resembled that.
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    clutchc said:
    @ hang-the-9
    You're probably right about the OP mixing his volts and watts.
    But a floppy drive power connector only has 4 pins. That mystery connector has 6. Some older proprietary boards had a aux. power connector that resembled that.


    I just noticed the shape and color, the picture popped out of view on the browser for some reason and I can't get it to show up again.
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