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    Very Small/Mini Power ATX Power Supply?

    Anyone know of any very small ATX power supplies out there. I want to have room in my micro ATX case for both my 150W Opus and a regular power supply so I can just switch the cables when I bring my carputer indoors. Anyone know of any? The one that I have that is just barely too big is 5x4x3 I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brady
    Anyone know of any very small ATX power supplies out there. I want to have room in my micro ATX case for both my 150W Opus and a regular power supply so I can just switch the cables when I bring my carputer indoors. Anyone know of any? The one that I have that is just barely too big is 5x4x3 I think.
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    Think you should look for the lpx format. I'm using some 90W psu from an old MSI-6209 and think the size a lot smaller the the one you have.

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    Only problem is that if he's running the AMD XP processor, an LPX power supply won't supply nearly the right amperage to properly run the motherboard and processor.
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    didnīt even noticed that he was using that kind of processor. Even if there are a few 200W LPX PSU around, afraid they might be bigger than the one he already has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravellir
    didnīt even noticed that he was using that kind of processor. Even if there are a few 200W LPX PSU around, afraid they might be bigger than the one he already has.

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    Ya, I am going to have a XP 2600 in there now so a 90W won't work. Hmmm maybe a new case.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by brady
    Ya, I am going to have a XP 2600 in there now so a 90W won't work. Hmmm maybe a new case.....

    or mayby some way of powering the opus inhouse ??

    like

    http://www.dmail.pt/prodotto.php?cod=106845-103

    or mayby

    http://buy1.snapon.com/products/diag...22&dir=catalog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravellir
    or mayby some way of powering the opus inhouse ??

    like

    http://www.dmail.pt/prodotto.php?cod=106845-103

    or mayby

    http://buy1.snapon.com/products/diag...22&dir=catalog

    just kiding
    lol, even though I don't speak french I I know what that is.
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    I just picked one up at Goodwill Computer Works for $10 that fits those dimensions perfectly. 5"W x 4"D x ~3"H It's 120W and they had about 15-20 of them there. The one I got is an ilssan ISP 120SI. Apparently used for e-machines.

    Let me know if you want one and we'll work something out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady
    lol, even though I don't speak french I I know what that is.
    ...or should I say portugese
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommieG
    ...or should I say portugese
    exactly
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