[SOLVED] Can I have a non modular psu in my atx case?

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I have a standard atx case (link here: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/39169/fractal-design-focus-g-atx-case-with-window-black)
And a non modular psu (link here: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/39709/thermaltake-smart-rgb-700w-power-supply) Would both of these work together easily?
 

Scottray

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Both the case and the PSU meet the ATX specification, i.e. the PSU will fit correctly in the case. A modular PSU just means that you can connect just the cable that you need for your PC build. For PSU you mentioned, any unused cables will just need to zip tied neatly and left on the bottom of the case. There's nothing wrong with this. On a windowed case, it just looks a little untidy.
 

Scottray

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Jul 14, 2016
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Both the case and the PSU meet the ATX specification, i.e. the PSU will fit correctly in the case. A modular PSU just means that you can connect just the cable that you need for your PC build. For PSU you mentioned, any unused cables will just need to zip tied neatly and left on the bottom of the case. There's nothing wrong with this. On a windowed case, it just looks a little untidy.
 

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