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Most powerful Power Supply in G4 (Sawtooth)??

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Can I use any of the Quicksilver power supplies in a G4 Sawtooth AGP? I want a more powerful one considering I'm using a Sonnet 1.4GHz upgrade.

Mine has the second revision 237 watt version, compared to the stock, first revision 208 watt.

I want to try the 370 watter that the Quicksilver models use. Will the PIN's match?...and any other interface from the PS to the front panel, and logic board??


Brett :cool:
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