WTB: Sawtooth G4 P/S with 22-pin connector

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WTB: Sawtooth G4 P/S with 22-pin connector

Like the title says: I need a power supply for a Sawtooth G4 (AGP graphics). The MLB has a 22-pin connector, so the P/S must also have a 22-pin (not 20-pin) connector.

This is not a primary work machine, so I'm not looking to spend a fortune here. Please private message me with what you've got, what you pulled it from, your price, and estimated shipping to USA 50022. I can pay via PayPal (preferred), personal check, or USPS money order.

Thanks in advance!

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If you're close enough ...

If you're close enough for local pickup, I guess I could also pay with cash.

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Yoo hoo!

Anybody?

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Are you using the ADC connect

Are you using the ADC connector on it? If your not, why not get an ATX ps and an extension cable and swap the wires around so it will work? I did this on my gigabit, and it boots just fine with only 12v going throught the 28v line. Sure the ADC doesn't power an apple monitor anymore but i don't own one anyway.

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Will I still be able to use t

Will I still be able to use the ADC connector with a VGA adapter and VGA monitor? If so, this may be the way I'll go. I have a G3/G4 power supply with 20-pin connector.

If I know in advance this won't work, I'd prefer to find a matching PS.

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