https://www.hdplex.com/hdplex-internal-160w-ac-dc-adapter-with-active-pfc-and-19vdc-output.htmlAre there public details on the specs and release date/availability of this?
It's going to depend on a lot of variables. Stock speed parts or overclocked? What is the power draw of the CPU, and is it stock speed or overclocked? You need to research your parts, figure out the total power draw of them and see if its under 400w or not.
While this is certainly an important aspect before buying a graphics card, I think the more immediate question is whether it will fit or not while having the 400W AC-DC mounted inside the S4M.
And it's not a totally easy question to answer. Without modding anything, I don't know of ANY card that fits. You'll either have to:
a) mod the power-pin connector that is going into the GPU and remove the connector "casing"
b) mod the S4M itself if mounting the PSU in the front of the case
I would love to know if anyone else has any better and more positive information than this.
Josh does 1050ti brickless builds with it. As far as i'm aware, as long as it's stock height it should physically fit. If the card has power connectors on top, you may have to get creative with a pci-e connector to make it fit. So a 1660ti, and RX Vega Nano should both fit as well.