Special design for low power consumption motherboard
Not sure how good it is, doesn't say the spec of the PSU anwhere, if your systems relatively low spec you should be OK.
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I have the same board and case. It uses two fans, one system fan and one fan on the cpu.
The psu is not powerful enough to do a desktop HDD and a regular DVD it MIGHT be able to do a slim and a desktop HDD..
I would recomend using a laptop HDD.
Also you need to find a way of getting 12v 4.5a regulated power to it. I've been looking for a long time now and I haven't found a simple solution yet.
The psu peak is 60w.. you will not find it very flexible
It should work great if you are using low power stuff though.
And why would you use a pci card in it? it has on board everything? If you aren't going to use it for it's extremely small size find a cheaper board and get a seperate cpu.. you will be better off.
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