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Thehack

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Here's jhack's one2 distro kit for the s4m:


The components:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-L9a-AM4
Motherboard: ASRock B450 itx
Memory: G.Skill Aegis 32 GB DDR4-3000
Storage: HP EX920 1 TB
Video Card: MSI Aero 1070 itx

With an undervolted 1070 and 2700, I can't breach 200w usage, so I'm hopeful if a suitable card comes out one day, I can even move to a 2060s or 2070s.

While the 12v brick can be considered large, jhack's one2 plugin 160 unit is absolutely diminutive compared to hdplex's new 200w unit. It gives me hope that future improvements in 12v ac-dc converters will either mean smaller bricks or brickless builds without changing any of my components.

Btw, while I and others have reported audible coil whine from hdplex units -- there no such noise from this combo.
Really glad everything came together for the build! It's very similarly to my own 2600X + 1070 ITX.

Concerning a smaller unit, we will be sampling 300W external kits that are 1/3 the size of today's available brick next year. It'll be quite a premium though!
 

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New product listed.
 
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Are you planning on stocking the Meanwell 400w unit to pair with the Distro anytime? Looking at purchasing options
 

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You can fit it with an adapter plate and there's a separate location for power entry. But really, SFX is way too popular for me to overcome.
SFX does have a couple good mainstream options on the market finally. Unlike, say, FlexATX where it's a total crapshoot.
 

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Hi @Thehack, great work with your newest product, that's quite an innovation you've come up with for SFF builds desperate for space.
As the M2427 is Corsair SF450 compatible, will it work with the (original) SF600 too?
 
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Hi @Thehack, great work with your newest product, that's quite an innovation you've come up with for SFF builds desperate for space.
As the M2427 is Corsair SF450 compatible, will it work with the (original) SF600 too?
All the Corsair SFX PSUs use the same pinout, I think they call it "Type 4" so it should be compatible.
 
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All the Corsair SFX PSUs use the same pinout, I think they call it "Type 4" so it should be compatible.
Yup.

Only iffy thing is the platinum version. I'm waiting on confirmation before I advertise it beyond our forums.
Thanks both, that's interesting and exciting news. I wish you great success in selling this in good numbers, it's a real breakthrough for 'spaghetti' removal 😎
 

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Thanks both, that's interesting and exciting news. I wish you great success in selling this in good numbers, it's a real breakthrough for 'spaghetti' removal
Thanks. The reception has been really good actually. It may do well enough to warrant a follow up ;)