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Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W or a 90W, depending on the spec - 65W is usually for the low end systems (Pentium/i3), while 90W is reserved for the higher end (i5/i7). Alienware is all on the 130W+ range, along with all of the quad core Dell business models. Things may be different with more efficient processors after Haswell, but I doubt it.
With your laptop, Dell does not list the 65W adapter so yours is a 90W required machine, with the option of using the 130W adapter. In your case, the 130W adapter will run cooler and since it doesn’t need all of that power, it will run cooler and the adapter will last longer then an adapter that is maxed out. '''It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.'''
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W, but I’d the specs and laptop model to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it within the Core 2 range alone. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the other adapters as Dell has retired them all and moved them under one. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*. The last generation 90W that postdates the PA- series (pre slim) is the FA series.'''
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s usually the 65W adapter that is required at the minumum, but some of the higher end machines do require the 90W - '''this one requires the 90W adapter'''. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it from being a Core 2 Duo era system. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the previous adapters Dell used to sell for many of their older laptops. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*. The last generation 90W that postdates the PA- series (pre slim) is the FA series.'''

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Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W or a 90W, depending on the spec - 65W is usually for the low end systems (Pentium/i3), while 90W is reserved for the higher end (i5/i7). Alienware is all on the 130W+ range, along with all of the quad core Dell business models. Things may be different with more efficient processors after Haswell, but I doubt it.
-That said, you can use a 90W adapter on a 65W system - it will only draw what it needs on low end hardware. Unless you have a midrange system that requires 90W, it’s not much more to upgrade. '''Unless the price is really good AND your system can use it, don’t waste your money on a 65W adapter'''. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine, last longer and put less strain on the adapter parts, and will run cooler. '''It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.'''
+With your laptop, Dell does not list the 65W adapter so yours is a 90W required machine, with the option of using the 130W adapter. In your case, the 130W adapter will run cooler and since it doesn’t need all of that power, it will run cooler and the adapter will last longer then an adapter that is maxed out. '''It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.'''
If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W, but I’d the specs and laptop model to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it within the Core 2 range alone. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the other adapters as Dell has retired them all and moved them under one. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*. The last generation 90W that postdates the PA- series (pre slim) is the FA series.'''

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Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W or a 90W, depending on the spec - 65W is usually for the low end systems (Pentium/i3), while 90W is reserved for the higher end (i5/i7). Alienware is all on the 130W+ range, along with all of the quad core Dell business models. Things may be different with more efficient processors after Haswell, but I doubt it.
That said, you can use a 90W adapter on a 65W system - it will only draw what it needs on low end hardware. Unless you have a midrange system that requires 90W, it’s not much more to upgrade. '''Unless the price is really good AND your system can use it, don’t waste your money on a 65W adapter'''. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine, last longer and put less strain on the adapter parts, and will run cooler. '''It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.'''
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W, but I’d the specs and laptop model to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it within the Core 2 range alone. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the other adapters as Dell has retired them all and moved them under one. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*.'''
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W, but I’d the specs and laptop model to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it within the Core 2 range alone. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the other adapters as Dell has retired them all and moved them under one. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*. The last generation 90W that postdates the PA- series (pre slim) is the FA series.'''

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-Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W adapter new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - you can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that requirea 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter - this doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Unless the price is really good, don’t waste your time with a 65W replacement. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.
+Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W or a 90W, depending on the spec - 65W is usually for the low end systems (Pentium/i3), while 90W is reserved for the higher end (i5/i7). Alienware is all on the 130W+ range, along with all of the quad core Dell business models. Things may be different with more efficient processors after Haswell, but I doubt it.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up that's not 130W. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago - and may not work with more modern systems.
+That said, you can use a 90W adapter on a 65W system - it will only draw what it needs on low end hardware. Unless you have a midrange system that requires 90W, it’s not much more to upgrade. '''Unless the price is really good AND your system can use it, don’t waste your money on a 65W adapter'''. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine, last longer and put less strain on the adapter parts, and will run cooler. '''It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.'''
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+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W, but I’d the specs and laptop model to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s that died with the D Series, so that does age it within the Core 2 range alone. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series and it has replaced all of the other adapters as Dell has retired them all and moved them under one. '''Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), any new PA- adapter is a laptop killing knockoff. Dell has not sold them in *years*.'''

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-Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W adapter new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - you can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that requirea 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter - this doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Unless the price is really good, don’t waste your time with a 65W replacement. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
+Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W adapter new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - you can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that requirea 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter - this doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Unless the price is really good, don’t waste your time with a 65W replacement. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on your next system.
If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up that's not 130W. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago - and may not work with more modern systems.

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-Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter. This doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Don’t waste your time with a 65W as a replacement at this point. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
+Most consumer Dells ship with a 65W adapter new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - you can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that requirea 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter - this doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Unless the price is really good, don’t waste your time with a 65W replacement. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you already own a 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago - and may not work with more modern systems.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up that's not 130W. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago - and may not work with more modern systems.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter. This doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Don’t waste your time with a 65W as a replacement at this point. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago - and may not work with more modern systems.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter. This doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Don’t waste your time with a 65W as a replacement at this point. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those. Unless you can find a used one cheap that works (and is in good shape), the PA- adapters are dominated by system killing knockoffs because Dell stopped selling them a long time ago.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter. This doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Don’t waste your time with a 65W as a replacement at this point. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a dual GPU i7 system that uses a lot of power.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a super high end system and it doesn’t seem like one of those.

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-Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. However, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future where you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit.
+Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. On some of them (but not all; usually the high end GPU with top end CPU configurations) you need a 130W adapter. This doesn’t seem like one of those top end machines that needs it. Don’t waste your time with a 65W as a replacement at this point. The higher wattage 90W units work just fine on these systems and generally last longer with less component stress. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future so you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit that will work on a base model or a slightly higher end 90W system.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired and hasn’t been sold for a while. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a dual GPU i7 system that uses a lot of power.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W but I’d need to know the specs to get an idea. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a discontinued legacy adapter from the 2000’s. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a dual GPU i7 system that uses a lot of power.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. However, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future where you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes, the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired and hasn’t been sold for a while. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W which you pretty much do not need unless you have a dual GPU i7 system that uses a lot of power.

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-Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. However, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
+Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. However, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer. It also gives you room to grow when you buy a newer laptop in the future where you’re set with a second adapter because you got the 90W unit.
If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W.

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-Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to. On the other, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
+Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to unless you have a midrange system that required a 90W out of necessity. However, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to. On the other, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series - not to mention it’s the only one listed when I looked your system up and checked adapters outside of the 130W.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to. On the other, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter and is not readily available anymore unless you specifically pull the model up on Dell’s website at this point - get [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] and it’ll work as if it was from the PA series.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter from the 2000’s and has been retired. If you are shopping for a current replacement, [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] will work as if it was from the PA series.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to. On the other, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.
-If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter and is not readily available anymore - get [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] and it’ll work as if it was from the PA series.
+If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter and is not readily available anymore unless you specifically pull the model up on Dell’s website at this point - get [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] and it’ll work as if it was from the PA series.

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Most consumer Dells shipped with a 65W when they were new outside of Alienware. That said, you don’t need to use a 65W - it can use a 90W and will only draw what it needs to. On the other, their high end configurations sometimes require a 130W adapter - I have one of those 130W systems. Using a higher wattage adapter on a 65W system also takes some of the stress off of the adapter and it will usually last longer.

If it’s a common system with onboard video and a Core 2 Duo, it’s probably a factory 65W system that can use a 90W. As far as a replacement goes the PA- series is a legacy adapter and is not readily available anymore - get [https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/332-1833?mkwid=sCDQVPv9Z&pcrid=101952148149&pkw=&pmt=&pdv=c&slid=&product=332-1833&pgrid=28021835709&ptaid=pla-954656674232&VEN1=sCDQVPv9Z,101952148149,901q5c14135,c,,332-1833,28021835709,pla-954656674232&VEN2=,&dgc=st&dgseg=bsd&acd=12309152537501410&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6tWvkOKK5AIViovICh1DAAoyEAQYASABEgKamvD_BwE|this adapter (Slim 90W)] and it’ll work as if it was from the PA series.

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