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    Question Opus SFX-1215

    I was wondering if anyone has had problems fitting a Opus PSU into a casetronic C134 case after removing the default Casetronic PSU. Basically, I am planning on buying the Opus (PCB only) and I would like to use it instead of the casetronic PSU for obvious reasons. Any experiences would be greatly appreciated.

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    As sort of a follow-up. I read that the Lilliput 7" LCD touchscreens only need 9W of power. Would it then be possible to feed this off the 12V rail from the ATX power plug on the Opus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbrinich
    I was wondering if anyone has had problems fitting a Opus PSU into a casetronic C134 case after removing the default Casetronic PSU. Basically, I am planning on buying the Opus (PCB only) and I would like to use it instead of the casetronic PSU for obvious reasons. Any experiences would be greatly appreciated.
    Those 134's don't have alot of spare room, and the opus is of a relatively big size, that's why I went with the Casetronic 2699R. Mine should be here tomorrow then I'll decide if I'm going to with the 150w or 90w, depending on available space.

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