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PSU to fit in this ITX case?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello forum!


I have just recently developed a taste for small form factor builds and I`m quite new to SFX psus.

It says compact size on the page but would this https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Modular-Warranty-Compact-220-B3-0550-V1/dp/B071XS597S/ref=sr_1_11?keywords=sfx&qid=1555451748&s=gateway&sr=8-11

fit into this https://www.silverstonetek.com/raven/products/index.php?model=RVZ01&area=en



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No, that case only supports SFX units, you'd want something like an SF600

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That case requires a SFX PSU. Although that EVGA PSU is listed as being compact, it looks to be just a smaller ATX PSU, you should look for a PSU that is listed as being SFX

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12 hours ago, dnakruf said:

Thanks to those who have replied and I have another question: Would this cooler https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KVNCEIG/?tag=pcpapi-20 fit into this case https://pcpartpicker.com/product/M8Jkcf/thermaltake-case-ca1b800s6wn01 ?

You can download case manuals from the manufacturer's website and it gives component clearances.


The manual states that the CPU cooler height clearance is 140mm.  That cooler is 124.8mm.


You'll need to cross check with the motherboard manual to make sure that the socket is clear of obstructions.  Those ITX boards can be tight with the memory slots.

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