Hello Everyone!

Hello everyone!

I've been sitting on an Asrock Deskmini A300W I bought a while back and it's been a ton of fun using it. I've been meaning to add a GPU to the mix but it's been difficult to try and figure out what would be the proper way to handle powering it. A friend of mine recently gifted me an RTX 3060 and I figured I might as well make some progress on this project!

I would love to have to only plug in one power cable to power both the A300 and the GPU. I've been looking around at a bunch of solutions posted around here, notably the GxR DIY kit by Revoccases and KMPKT Dynamo 360, but it seems like they're not currently available. :(

Any recommendations or advice would be super helpful.
 

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Hello everyone!

I've been sitting on an Asrock Deskmini A300W I bought a while back and it's been a ton of fun using it. I've been meaning to add a GPU to the mix but it's been difficult to try and figure out what would be the proper way to handle powering it. A friend of mine recently gifted me an RTX 3060 and I figured I might as well make some progress on this project!

I would love to have to only plug in one power cable to power both the A300 and the GPU. I've been looking around at a bunch of solutions posted around here, notably the GxR DIY kit by Revoccases and KMPKT Dynamo 360, but it seems like they're not currently available. :(

Any recommendations or advice would be super helpful.

Welcome @iaunch! It's gonna be very challenging to pair a 3060 with the Deskmini, so here's my proposal: send me your 3060 and I will in return send you an In-Win Chopin build with a half height GTX 950. Or 1050Ti, if you're lucky 😄

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