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    PicoPSU which model do I have?

    I am currently using picoPSU for one for my mini-itx builds and I was thinking about upgrading it by changing motherbaord and cpu but it is hard for my to define wattage of my PSU if you would be able to help me that would be great
    I did try comparing mine to the ones available on their website http://www.mini-box.com/s.nl/sc.8/category.13/it.C/.f but I haven't had much luck. I did also try to contact them by email, but again no response.

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    http://s9.postimg.org/4r4f2tjmn/picopsu.jpg

    http://s9.postimg.org/ecxzj4asf/picopsu1.jpg

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    Re: PicoPSU which model do I have?

    It looks like the 150 from the photo. There should be some identifying marks on the circuit board. What is the output of the associated DC power unit?
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    Re: PicoPSU which model do I have?

    I did check that before but I don't think I have original power brick but it says it is 60W it is made by powertron electronics

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