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Originally Posted by funfortehfun View Post

If I wanted to use an A10-5800K with this build and I bought a 150W pico-PSU, how would I plug it in?

The external power brick connects to the motherboard power connecter which has cables for molex, sata, a 4-pin cpu.

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So the internal DC-DC converter included with the cases isn't needed?
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Yep, it's built into the motherboard header.You can take out the power supply in that case and use the extra space for cable management.

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So the internal DC-DC converter included with the cases isn't needed?

The Pico PSU is a DC-DC converter, just like the one that comes with the ISK 110. If you wanted to build a system in an ISK 110 that would draw more than 90W, all you would need besides the PicoPSU is a power brick which can easily be found online.
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has anyone tried fitting a pico PSU in theirs?

I'm about to get myself a A10 5800k and undervolt+underclock it as the 5700 will never be available down this side of the world. I'm pretty sure my stock 80w PSU will cry the moment it gets powered on and i cant seemed to find any reference to anyone that have done a PSU swap on this
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Man, having this with an A10-5800K would be so cool. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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Anyone know if I could fit an a10-5800k in this? is there a similar case with a bigger psu?
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Anyone know if I could fit an a10-5800k in this? is there a similar case with a bigger psu?

no reason why a 5800k wont fit in, question is how are you going to feed the beast. no idea about similar case with bigger PSU but i guess you can always use a pico psu but i've yet to see examples of anyone doing it.

I guess i'd take it up to myself to play around when i have time to buy them
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Anyone know if I could fit an a10-5800k in this? is there a similar case with a bigger psu?

There would be zero issues fitting an A10-5800K or any other CPU in here. As long as a Mini-ITX board exists for the CPU that you want to use, you're good to go.

If you wanted to install a more power-hungry CPU like the A10-5800K, you can use a 150W Pico-PSU in place of the standard 90W DC-DC converter. The Pico PSU 150W costs about $45 and will be more than sufficient even for an A10-5800K.

http://www.mini-box.com/picoPSU-150-XT
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The current selection of FM2 mini-ITX boards is... (drumroll)

1.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157340

I'd like to see more mini-ITX FM2 motherboards...please, ASUS? rolleyes.gif

Any recommendations on a good low-profile CPU cooler that would fit in this case? I know there's the Thermalright AXP-100 coming out soon.


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