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I was going to try those chinese picoPSUs, but the difference in build quality is noticeable (even in the pics) compared to the ones from mini-box; so I refrained.

About the adapter... I can't find anywhere that it outputs 12V, maybe you'll want to ask the seller?
   
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

I was going to try those chinese picoPSUs, but the difference in build quality is noticeable (even in the pics) compared to the ones from mini-box; so I refrained.
About the adapter... I can't find anywhere that it outputs 12V, maybe you'll want to ask the seller?

Yeah not worth the savings

I'm looking at this:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/PicoPSU-120-120W-12V-DC-DC-ATX-mini-ITX-PSU-Cyncronix-/160429130303?pt=PCA_UPS&hash=item255a52423f&_uhb=1#ht_2308wt_985

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/120W-AC-Adapter-For-PicoPSU-120-DC-DC-Mini-ITX-Pico-PSU-120-Power-Supply-Charger-/121027763356?pt=US_Monitor_Power_Supplies&hash=item1c2dd11c9c&_uhb=1#ht_2898wt_1219

I asked the AC Adapter seller:
"Does this have the Pico adapter on it? Will it plug straight into my PicoPSU?"

And they responded:
"Dear valued customer,
This item is right for the model we listed in the subject, the output of this item is 12V10A with a barrel plug tip.
If interested, Please bid it. After payment received, we will ship out your order immediately and send you the shipping info. Thank you!

Sincerely
Lois

- utopiadreamglobal"

So it sounds pretty good smile.gif The PSU is a good price, is there anything better for the adapter?
post #23 of 24
Thread Starter 
I'm about to buy the PicoPSU. I've switched to a 60GB Vertex 3 SSD and may add in a 2.5" hard drive still smile.gif

Is should I buy the PicoPSU from the above links?
post #24 of 24
Thread Starter 
Hey, I've decided to get the PicoPSU 120W smile.gif

Thanks for all your help!!

I need a bit of help with my cooler as I've been told the X3 isn't very good so I've found some other ones, I just need a bit of help deciding which one to get, heres the thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1336893/which-cooler-should-i-get-for-my-build#post_18799840

If you can help that would be awesome!!

Thanks so much!
- Jacob smile.gif
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