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Take a look at the picopsu's, I'm using their biggest one and it seems like its enough.
Thanks, I'll have to look at those again. Last time I looked at them I didn't think I'd be able to use them because I was looking at Sandy Bridge processors (95w) and all high performance graphics cards required the PCI-E connectors. If I can find a 7850 single-slot like chemist mentioned (so far all I'm finding is AFOX and can't find any in the US) and a t-series ivy bridge processor then I think a picopsu should work just fine!
    
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Check out the compact slush or something in the case mod competition, he's got a 3770k and 570 WC'd in a very small build, with great temps.

Having trouble finding it. Can I get a link? smile.gif
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I'm using an i7-3770S and a Saphire 7750 LP on a 160W power brick. My mobo has onboard dc-dc, but the pico psu 160 should work for you. I don't recommend my mobo, btw, b/c the pcie slot only supports up to 25W power draw.

Ill be watching your build. My build log may give you some ideas.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1363969/liquid-cooled-nes-pc#post_19372135
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Thanks, I'll have to look at those again. Last time I looked at them I didn't think I'd be able to use them because I was looking at Sandy Bridge processors (95w) and all high performance graphics cards required the PCI-E connectors. If I can find a 7850 single-slot like chemist mentioned (so far all I'm finding is AFOX and can't find any in the US) and a t-series ivy bridge processor then I think a picopsu should work just fine!
You should factory order them I had mine shipped from China directly.
Well it was a LP 7850 but it is the same story I think the link is in my review of the card.

Edit: this is the card you're looking for afoxbuy1.jimdo.com/products/slim-single-slot-graphics-card/amd-radeon-hd7850/
Edited by maarten12100 - 2/26/13 at 4:00pm
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Keep in mind, the afox is long. The length is in some review somewhere...
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Keep in mind, the afox is long. The length is in some review somewhere...
Well I have it in my review, the LP card is 23cm in length or 24 if you measure top dvi to end.
However the Nes should easily be able to house a longer card as it has 250mm outside and about 240/245mm inside.
It'll be fine.
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Watercooling a NES? Yep, sub'd.
   
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