I'm looking at threadrippers, so need mATX. I see In Win makes the bk623 & 644, which are nice.
I'm wondering if anyone has a rec for a different mATX case (I'd like something <15L) that can take a non mini & non low-profile dGPU, and can hold a few drives as well.
As I stated, I wasn't dismissing your (and others) direct experience. I was only stating that the factors you mentioned are accounted for, making it a mystery.
Anyway, the AC-DC unit I mentioned seems tiny, & I'm wondering if anyone has a rec to use it in a case with previous mentioned specs I...
I don't know the hidden workings of these calculators, and I don't want to dismiss your statement about them, as you are likely right. I would note though, that such calculators account for every item you have listed, which makes the inconsistency between the calculator and multiple people...
That link shows a 133w draw at load for a full system, which corresponds with your experience. It's admittedly disconcerting to see a trusted calculator stating 190w at load for an itx w/no gpu. I don't understand that.
I like the Chopin (aside from a slightly airy front/bottom panel and it...
Sorry, a friend offered me that CPU/MB (despite my mentioning that it was for a sff rig). Another option I have is an i5-2500k, which draws a little bit less, but not much. I'm still seeing a 190w load (240w rec.) for PSU.
You're right, and actually I did ask him before posting. He replied "there are pairs wires in one dc cable." There seems to be a bit of a language barrier (not his fault), so I figured asking here might be easier.
With a 250w requirement, I'd like to incorporate the following into a build:
2 x 2.5" SSDs
37mm tall cooler
Pretty sure I'm going with an Archdaemon PSU, and their internal 300w AC-DC unit...
Hey everyone, I was going to order one of these with a Dell brick and I was curious...
300w $59.99 STD version (12V25A，Modded Delta OEM,DELL brick,100-240Vac input,plastic case 3 pairs of 16awgs +1pair 26awg DC output wire)
Why 4 pairs of DC output wires? I'm...