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Hardware Thread, HP ProLiant ML115 - 119.99!!! in Technical; Originally Posted by joe90bass Any good deals still out there? Dell's website seems to be offering the SC440 for 99 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe90bass View Post
    Any good deals still out there?
    Dell's website seems to be offering the SC440 for 99 again - but this time with free shipping!

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    Moving one of these to a different case, but the mobo doesnt have any printed labels for which order the power led, power switch, and the other plugs go.

    Anyone know what manufacturer of motherboard it is so I can look up what order the plugs are ?

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    It will be a HP Specific Board I would think

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    Just a quick question from those in the know..

    Do the Proliants have a special PSU in them like many Dells do nowadays?

    I ask because our ML110 has a PSU that is buzzing away, thanks, I think to a poor fan which is catching something or is just out of whack.. I have a replacement PSU to hand but don't want to learn the hard way about any proprietary PSU's as my father did with a Dell.

    Thanks in advance.

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    I think (but please dont hold me to it) that they are standard ones from what I've seen of them.

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    @ John & Gibbo: Ok guys... thanks for that... I think I'm going to pull it on MOnday and take a very long look at the wiring and compare.

    I just know that the Dell PSU's are now using a standard ATX plug but the wiring is different so if you use them in a standard rig or a standard PSU in a Dell you can end up with lots of interesting noises, smells and then a hunk of useless computer.

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