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    does these scenario looks right??

    which one do you recommend?>



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    2 providing its not a beastly computer that will need anymore than like 150w

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    i dont think so, its a EPIA M-10K.

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    I recommend #1 and selling me your Opus. (otherwise, #2)
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    There's a mini-itx voltage calculator somewhere that I checked recently. The epia m10k don't really require that much power to run. I believe with the component consists of dvd rom, hd, and the lcd screen, it didn't go over even 75w in running mode. So I figure a 90w psu would be sufficient....

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    #2 hands down (no toggle switches, as simple as turning your ignition switch)
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    I have a question on this actually. Since the Morex case comes with its own PSU and if you opt to use OPUS, do you connect the OPUS to the case' PSU or hardwire it to the mobo?

    I'm guessing you would connect the OPUS to the cases's PSU some how. Show us some pictures when you figure it out!!

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