Replacement AT Power Supply

  GrahamP 21:48 06 Jan 2004

Can anyone point me at an online suplier of AT psu's? My browsing skills seem to be failing me here.

  woodchip 21:54 06 Jan 2004

Maplin more than likely click here

  GrahamP 22:09 06 Jan 2004

Thanks, for your reply, Woodchip. I was in there this morning for something else and didn't think of asking.

I've jsut searched their site and can only come up with ATX supplies. Likewise searches on ebuyer and other online stores produced nothing. Does anyone make AT power supplies any more?

  woodchip 22:11 06 Jan 2004

200 Watt click here

  GrahamP 22:19 06 Jan 2004

How did you find that?

  woodchip 22:20 06 Jan 2004

AT PSU in Google

  GrahamP 22:30 06 Jan 2004

I originally tried "AT psu" and got "AT is a common word and has not been included in your search". I thought I'd tried quotes around it as well but it must be one of those days. My broadband service being down doesn't help.

thanks again.

  woodchip 22:41 06 Jan 2004

No I just posted AT PSU put the tick in the UK box click here

  GrahamP 18:40 07 Jan 2004

My problem was I was restricting it to sites. Interestingly it still ignores the AT but doing as you did brings HardwareOptions up in the first page and there in the headers is PSU AT.

That little bit under the search bar with search the web or uk must have been in my blind spot. Funny how we get used to doing things in a certain way, well, more pathetic really in my case.

  woodchip 18:43 07 Jan 2004

I think doing it all in Caps is the difference

  GrahamP 18:50 07 Jan 2004

and that

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