DELTA DPS-180 KB-7 C POWER SUPPLY 180W 41N3111 41N3110 For Sale

DELTA DPS-180 KB-7 C POWER SUPPLY 180W 41N3111 41N3110


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DELTA DPS-180 KB-7 C POWER SUPPLY 180W 41N3111 41N3110

    DELTA DPS-180 KB-7 C POWER SUPPLY 180W 41N3111 41N3110

    • brand: DELTA
    • type: POWER SUPPLY
    • model: DPS-180 KB-7 C
    • lenovo p/n: 41N3110
    • lenovo fru: 41N3111
    • power: 180 WATT
    • connectors: ATX 20-PIN, 4-PIN, Sata, MOLEX, MINI MOLEX (FDD)


 

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