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Are you sure your case supports the ATX standard?
On a positive note that's the unit I'm rocking in my Phenom build (see sig). This computer is out in the garage in Texas where we've had 15 or 16 days in a row of 100 F weather. This computer runs 24/7 and is two or three years old. Power supply is still rocking away.
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Easiest way to check if its a standard ATX power supply is post a pic of it. Try and get the power rating label in. Stands a good chance it is a standard ATX PSU most builders stopped with custom units unless it was the super small form factor for the shoe box size and smaller builds.
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