Build Doubt: is HDPLEX 400W DC-ATX compatible with Zotac 2070 Super Mini

sffbarry

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Apr 15, 2019
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Hello, everyone!
I currently have a Skyreach 4 Mini, and I'm interested in Zotac 2070 Super Mini.
However, I'm not sure which PSU should I choose, while I found the HDPLEX 400W DC-ATX combo is perfectly fitted in this case.
My thought about this PC is an i7-8700k + Asus Z390-I + Zotac 2070 Super Mini.
So, if this selection doesn't work with HDFLEX, which PSU would be an alternative?

By the way, I also have a GIGABYTE 2070 Mini. Does it work with the HDPLEX combo?

Thanks!
 

Choidebu

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Aug 16, 2017
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Check out the 2070 BOMs Josh provided on his site.
With hdplex 400W combo the short answer yes, with some effort.

IDK about gigabyte one - check the sheet that the community compiled here:

You can always run the hdplex externally if it doesn't fit together with the gpu.

Regarding PSU choice, I don't think you have a lot in that power requirement range (400W).
There's 330W Dell brick, but I hardly think it'll be enough.
 

jar2012

Case Bender
Oct 16, 2019
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I just completed 2 minis, one with a 9700k/1080ti mini external 500w and one with the new 7700k/2070 S internal 400w. The 2070S was put with an internal HDplex combo, but note that the zotac card is not the same size as the 2070, infact they look more like the 1080ti and require the the rear io shield to be lowered as with the 1080ti if you want to fit the AC-DC with the panel on. Its paired with an older delid 7700k on a z270m with 32gbs of corsair. Stock the system runs about 280 kil a watts. Oced Under benchmarks the system draws about 335W kil a watts. The card was TIMed with cryonaut and with an aggressive cooling curve doesn't get over 75c vertical with the card down. Over all it's a great card and runs much cooler and more consistent than the 1080ti, but you still cant really beat the HP of it if your running 4k.
 
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Demarque

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Dec 17, 2019
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I just completed 2 minis, one with a 9700k/1080ti mini external 500w and one with the new 7700k/2070 S internal 400w. The 2070S was put with an internal HDplex combo, but note that the zotac card is not the same size as the 2070, infact they look more like the 1080ti and require the the rear io shield to be lowered as with the 1080ti if you want to fit the AC-DC with the panel on. Its paired with an older delid 7700k on a z270m with 32gbs of corsair. Stock the system runs about 280 kil a watts. Oced Under benchmarks the system draws about 335W kil a watts. The card was TIMed with cryonaut and with an aggressive cooling curve doesn't get over 75c vertical with the card down. Over all it's a great card and runs much cooler and more consistent than the 1080ti, but you still cant really beat the HP of it if your running 4k.

Hi! I've purchased an S4 Mini and plan to buy the Zotac 2070 Super Mini for it. What did you mean by "lowering the IO shield"? What's involved with that? Thanks!
 

bananaboy93

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Mar 28, 2018
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Check out the 2070 BOMs Josh provided on his site.
With hdplex 400W combo the short answer yes, with some effort.

IDK about gigabyte one - check the sheet that the community compiled here:

You can always run the hdplex externally if it doesn't fit together with the gpu.

Regarding PSU choice, I don't think you have a lot in that power requirement range (400W).
There's 330W Dell brick, but I hardly think it'll be enough.
Hey by any chance you know what each color mean? Thank you!