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    external PS

    Does anyone know if there are external power supplies. I am looking to do a desktop style (not tower) case and the cooler master cavalier only has a 300 watter and it is and odd size made for the case.

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    a company called meanwell makes some good ones. are you sure your new case won't fit a standard atx form factor power supply?

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    ps

    Yeah I'm sure is an odd ball sized PS

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    You could simply take the psu out and have the cables running inside, it'll be a little less ugly then having the meanwell sitting outside, hopefully.
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    thougt of that but I would have to find a PS with some long cables

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    any quality psu has long cables, wouldn't be hard at all. The main thing is the atx cable, which should definately be large enough for a desktop case, in fact, just about any psu should have long enough cables for a desktop case except one meant for a desktop case. You can always increase the length of 4 pins by using splitters or just extensions.
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