Question Can ATX Power Supply Fit Inside m-ATX Case ??

worstalentscout

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hi

due to budget and space constraints, i can only get a cheapo PC case (m-ATX size) ..........https://www.tecware.co/nova-m

Dimensions as follows : L390 x W190 x H400mm

= so is it possible to fit an ATX power supply (Super Flower Leadex III) with dimensions of 160mm (L) x 150mm (W) x 86mm (H) ?......the PSU is also fully modular so is that a good or bad thing with regards to the tight space ?

= another option is Seasonic Core GM (Semi-Modular) with dimensions of 140mm (L) x 150mm (W) x 86mm (H) ...............will being Semi-Modular help with the tight space ?

= the cables should not cause any problems, right ?.......i don't care about cable management at all...........

MANY THANKS IN ADVANCE..............
 

geofelt

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The specs for your case do not specify psu type, but the photos are certainly for ATX.
ATX size power supplies are standard as to width(150mm) and height(86mm)
They differ in length from perhaps 140mm to as much as 190mm.
I think you are good there since your space looks plenty long.
And, you are wise to spend your budget first on a high quality psu which your choices represent.

Do not worry about modular or not.
There is always a space to store unused cables out of the way if you need to.
 

worstalentscout

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The specs for your case do not specify psu type, but the photos are certainly for ATX.
ATX size power supplies are standard as to width(150mm) and height(86mm)
They differ in length from perhaps 140mm to as much as 190mm.
I think you are good there since your space looks plenty long.
And, you are wise to spend your budget first on a high quality psu which your choices represent.

Do not worry about modular or not.
There is always a space to store unused cables out of the way if you need to.

many thanks indeed for the reply.........
 

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