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IDeq's PSU died

posted Nov 24, 2009, 1:27 PM by Quoc-Anh Vuong   [ updated Feb 11, 2010, 8:36 AM ]
The recent power outage killed the power supply in the Biostar IDeq. I have this shoebox running as a media  computer, connected to a 47" Vizio LCD 1080, it serves movies & also able to rip DVDs. I hooked it up with wireless keyboard & mouse so that I can surf the net while sitting on the sofa. Now that the power supply died, and I could not find the replacement cheaply, I guess I have to put out time to fix this sucker.

The original power supply is the Enhance ENP-2220E, 200w. It's tiny! The closest replacement is the ENP-2225E from the same manufacture. But there are some posts on the net saying that the Asus SFF PSU SL-22A can be used as the replacement, however looking at the dimension, I doubt it. Here is the dimensions for the ENP-2220E: 82mm x 140mm x 56mm (3.22" x 5.5" x 2.2")

Status

  • Dec 2nd, 2009. Contacted BioStar and the replacement power supply is now selling for $65; and a bit more powerful:
    We no longer have the 200 watt version but we do have the 250watt, we sell
    for $65 including shipping in the 48 states.  You can call us to order

    support@biostar-usa.com
    626-581-1055 menu select 2


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Quoc-Anh Vuong,
Feb 11, 2010, 8:48 AM
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