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  1. #1

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    Default G4 Cube Power Supply

    I have a G4 Cube but unfortunately no power supply. As the genuine ones are really expensive plus had to find are there any third party options I could get?

    Thanks Mactalkers.
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    No third party available.
    You'll have to stump up for genuine.
    The Dr Bott DVI to ADC used a cube power supply if you can find one of those cheap.
    Something about Jimby.

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    Also check Cubeowner for converting a bench-testing power supply (such as available from Jaycar) to your Cube.

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    Ok, Thanks Guys
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    Umm just chiming in here but i see the original is a 205 watt

    Ive used THIS one for my new silent i7 system I've built, its a VERY reliable 240W brick
    almost $90.00 in the USA for new - however not sure how this compares to the pricing you are finding

    https://www.amazon.com/Original-Dell.../dp/B005EMQFNU

    with this brick, all you might need is to change out the connector tip? (use existing???) and obviously Adapt AU wall socket power (220v???) to 110 with standard socket adaptors. Maybe this is an option, sorry if not, new here.

    Just reread the product descrip - I didn't know this:

    Input: 100-240V 50/60Hz worldwide power compatible
    Last edited by MisterX1969; 11th November 2016 at 04:45 PM. Reason: forgot link, read descrip

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