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You'll definitely need to chuck the stock PSU if you're planning to run the 7850k. I'd be more worried about heat with a part like the 7850k though. Are you planning to undervolt? Remember that you only have access to a single cpu fan for cooling, and a small one at that. The stock cooler for my 5700 didn't even fit the case, if I recall correctly, and I ended up purchasing an NH-L9a.
Did you have any problems with BSOD or anything related to power?
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Did you have any problems with BSOD or anything related to power?

I didn't want to chance it, so I ended up purchasing a pico PSU, I believe at 120W. I mentioned the specifics earlier in the thread. I don't think the 5700 could safely run at 80W, which is why I'd recommend the 45W 7600 instead. It seems like the perfect part for this box.
post #123 of 130
can you use a notebook powersupply with this?
post #124 of 130
Depends on the connector for it. If im not mistaken this takes a 5.5x2.5 jack maybe a 5.5x2.1 but dont quote me.You might be able to find it via google
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Could a 2.5 ssd be taped or velcroed to the side when you remove the default psu for a pico psu? the drive is 2.65 tall sitting on it's side and the case is a little over 3 inches tall. So could it be done with a ssd?
post #127 of 130

now to find an ultra low profile pcie based ssd to use in this case :D

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any ssd would work. if you really wanted to save space, take the guts out of the ssd case, just be sure to properly protect the ssd card itself. youll have an ESD bag from your parts. can slip it into it and then tape it closed to the sata cable. if you really wanted to save space and keep it from touching any metal

or just keep it In the original case and mount the ssd behind the motherboard (ie between the side panel of the case under the mobo it has 2 locations for 2.5" SSD and HDD already)
     
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post #129 of 130
Almost purchased this case again the other day during an Amazon sale. They had it up for $53. No need for it but would have been nice to have it just in case for that price. biggrin.gif
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Hi there,

Do you know the inner celarance available in that case ?
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