You can see the power ratings on your existing PSU (Power Supply Unit) that came with it and get another PSU of the same specifications however just in case you want to plug in a PSU of 650 or 700W, I'd suggest that you download this POWER BUDGET ANALYSIS TOOL for S3200SH, extract it and run the excel sheet but ensure that you enable micro. After you have done that, you have a tool where you can specify your server configurations and get a calculation on how much power do you exactly require.
BTW you can install a PSU of 650 to 700W with S3200SH.
Hope this helps.
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Have exactly the same issue with my S3200SH board! (4Core Xeon 2.4Ghz 2x2Gb Validated Kingston mem)
It works well for about 3-4 months, then after powering button, some BIOS checks and power OFF.
Change PSU from FSP-450 to FSP-600, again - one week of working OK, then the same picture. (power off 4-5sec after start)
Old PSU from FSP-450 works well with S3000AH, no problems at all.
OK. Get MB completely out of case, remove ALL stuff connected even memory modules - same rezults,
exept two beeps of memory hunger...
Looking for repaire center.
Any advice and help will be greatly welcome!
We have a lot of Intel motherboard stuff in our server room [old 7xxx and new 5xxx series]
and this is first time things go so strange with such a famous hardware!