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What power supplies are compatible with an Alienware Aurora R1?

What power supplies are compatible with an Alienware Aurora R1? Topic: Hdd case sizes
July 19, 2019 / By Bethel
Question: So I have an Alienware Aurora Revision 1 (bought after Sep. 2009), and I would like to upgrade it (sometime in the near future). Specifically the fan and CPU. Does anyone know what kind of power supplies are compatible with my computer? It's specs are: CPU: Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz, :Graphics card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670, HDD: 1 TB (I don't remember any specs after that), RAM: 4 sticks of 4 GBs (1333 MHz), and a 525 W Power supply. Everything else is default to the cheapest Alienware Aurora R1 available at the time. Could anyone help me out please?
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Aggye Aggye | 3 days ago
Go here to see what size watt you need: http://images10.newegg.com/BizIntell/tool/psucalc/index.html As for whats compatible, i believe all power supply's are compatible it just depends on the case you got, how much room you have, look on you power supply and look at the dimensions, and look for one that's the same size, but most power supply's are the same size. Now for your fan and CPU, i would just get a corsair h100 and overclock it. Because i dont know what socket your CPU is. Hope i helped.
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