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I am trying to replace a power supply that came with a case that I ordered a while ago. The case is a home theater case and the power supply in it is a bit smaller than a typical power supply. I can not figure out how to find a new power supply that will fit the same case.

This is the power supply I am trying to replace: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817165011

This is the case that it needs to fit into: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811164098

Any help with solving this issue and finding a decent PSU that will fit the same as this one will be greatly appriciated and = rep.
    
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I believe it's this form factor?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104075

Review:
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/757
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Is ATX12V or form factor label or does it mean something else?
    
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It might be microATX.
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Any Micro ATX PSU would fit in real nicely. what about this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817153140
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Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice View Post
Ahh yes, that does appear to be correct.

Now any advice on which one to get to power an HTPC with an E6600 and a Geforce 7900?
    
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post #8 of 14
Try the FSP300-60GHS-R.


Also, kill the Linkworld with fire. Seriously, get a propane torch and light that sucker.
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Try the FSP300-60GHS-R.


Also, kill the Linkworld with fire. Seriously, get a propane torch and light that sucker.
Hmmm .. id rep you but It looks like u are unrepable.
    
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The form factor is SFX.
Yes it is.

IMO the only SFX PSUs worthy to own at this time are these:

FSP 300W (or the Silverstone/Fractal Design versions included with cases)

Seasonic 300W

Seasonic 350W

Note that all three have different fan arrangements, but they are all SFX sized. The 300W Seasonic is the "traditional" SFX design with protruding fan. However, it will not fit some cases such as the Apex MI100/MI008 and the Pixxo/Xion mATX.

The FSP made SPI (Sparkle, NOT the other Sparkle ) 350W is also decent quality but very noisy. Enermax used to make some decent ones at 270W and 320W but they were not efficient and all discontinued. Silverstone also sells an FSP made 450W, but there has been some concerns about it squealing at higher outputs.

Note that I have owned every single one of the SFX PSUs mentioned in this post except for the Silverstone 450W, so I'm pretty familiar with them. Heck, I've owned multiple units of some. I've also owned (or still have in the garage) lesser SFX PSUs that aren't really worthy of being mentioned due to insufficient quality, or insufficient wattage. TTGI (possibly Super Flower) and HEC come to mind for insufficient wattage, having only 8A or so on the +12v, but for sure passing the "heft test," LOL.
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