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These are factory sealed, unopened units. They have been sitting too long so out they go. They are the typical capacity that you find in most desktop computers. Dell, Gateway, eMachines, IBM, and others use these type of PSU, Power Supply Units. They are a standard size for most desktop machines. They are obviously too large and the wrong type for an Mac or a laptop or an all-in-one.

They are not powerful enough for a power user's machine, which is one reason I priced them so low. Not interested in offers at this time, I think these prices are very low already. If they were used, I would have priced them a lot lower. $30 for the 250 watt, $40 for the 350 watt one. Unless you have put new parts in your computer, there is usually no reason to put in a power supply that has more capacity than the original one in your computer. A little bigger one, perhaps, but certainly not very much bigger.

Please see the pictures if you need more details. You can also do a search on the Internet for even more details.

I need to simplify my life and get rid of many, many things that I finally admit I will never have time to use. Apparently, I put things in different places and forgot about them so I ended up buying more of the same thing. Often the project just never got worked on and the pieces were just forgotten about as I went on to the next project .

To that end, I am cleaning house and want to get rid of some things that have been laying on the shelf for too long. If I haven't used them by now, I never will. I have just piled things here and there in my house for too long, it is time to sell them since I obviously don't need them or I would have used them by now. I am not desperate so I won't let them go at give away prices, but I think these prices are very reasonable.

It's craigslist, so cash only and will meet in a very public place for our mutual safety, usually at the South side of the Burger King parking lot at 73rd and Buffalo Road, near Sam's Club in Windsor Heights. Might do PayPal, but I'm not a business, so no credit cards unless PayPal allows that without a fee.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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