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    OPUS DC-DC power supply placement

    I know this sounds really stupid but I dont know where to place my OPUS 120W DC-DC power supply. I have the casetronic C137. sorry for such a stupid question.

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    I am not sure of the size of the OPUS, but I have the M1-ATX. On my case (C138) there are 2 places to mount hard drives. I made a small bracket to mount the M1 to the case where the second hard drive location is at.

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    you wouldnt happen to have a pic of that would you? that would be a great help.

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    Sorry, I don't. I'd have to take the carputer apart to show you. To give you and idea, the power supply is mounted vertically on the left side of the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justa20fan
    I am not sure of the size of the OPUS, but I have the M1-ATX. On my case (C138) there are 2 places to mount hard drives. I made a small bracket to mount the M1 to the case where the second hard drive location is at.
    Can the M1-ATX be mounted where the C138's original PSU is?


    Rich

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