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June 23, 2011, 04:09:00 AM
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take a look at:
http://www.epowertec.com/power_cd.html

I bought one of these open box from newegg for $12 the other day and though it was a great buy.  Glad I only bought 1.

If you look at the 3rd picture from the bottom you will see the 3-pin black connector that converts into a regular computer powercord on one end and this 3-pin looking receptacle. 

Problem is, this converter is missing from box...  returning is gonna suck...

Does anyone recognize this converter?  Where can I find one of these?

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June 23, 2011, 04:24:32 AM
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I've seen them in electronics stores (maybe Radio Shack), though I saw them at a different shop! I don't know what they're called to google it though!
If you can identify which prong is which, you could probably make one with parts from Radio Shack!

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June 23, 2011, 04:30:30 AM
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I've seen them in electronics stores (maybe Radio Shack), though I saw them at a different shop! I don't know what they're called to google it though!
If you can identify which prong is which, you could probably make one with parts from Radio Shack!

by the time I gave up googling frys and radio shack were closed for the day... LOL
will figure something out tomorrow... Thanks!

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June 23, 2011, 05:20:09 AM
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I remember seeing that unit a while back. I'm pretty sure that is a proprietary power connector. I doubt you will find that in radio shack, but it's worth a try. Bring in the psu and show them what you are looking for. Your best bet though is to contact Epower and tell them you need a power connector.

I had considered that unit if I got more cards and kept the same power supply. IMO, the 20% 1 egg reviews is too high; I'm more comfortable in the less than 8% 1-egg review range. I just don't want to deal with a bad psu again.

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