[SOLVED] CASE NEEDED

Feb 13, 2021
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Does anyone know which cases will fit the Delta Electronics TDPS-650BB power supply, the regular ATX case doesnt fit it.
 
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Yes, those were proprietary HP Foxconn units designed more for server pc use than gaming pc use. 2x 15A cpu outputs and 3x 12v 12A/9A/9A outputs. Good for multiple cpus/drives, bad for a gpu beyond pcie powered.

Pretty much they'll only bolt up directly to the Old HP case they originally came in. Anything else will require a modification plate built from scratch to fit.

Edit: considering you can get them all day long on ebay for $19-$29, their use in Any modern pc would be strongly not recommended at all.

Adam0ne

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Based on memory, I think these were fitted in HP desktops. You should be looking for any brand of pc case dating back from 2012 to 2016.

I am not familiar of the exact dimensions for this. But it should fit on the bigger pc cases to-date as well.
 

Adam0ne

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There are so many. The cases back then have a big open space. The PSU is exposed. You get the general idea. I think this is a good example.


Question: Why go through all this trouble for an old PSU? Is it still worthy to run? What are you planning?
 

Karadjgne

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Yes, those were proprietary HP Foxconn units designed more for server pc use than gaming pc use. 2x 15A cpu outputs and 3x 12v 12A/9A/9A outputs. Good for multiple cpus/drives, bad for a gpu beyond pcie powered.

Pretty much they'll only bolt up directly to the Old HP case they originally came in. Anything else will require a modification plate built from scratch to fit.

Edit: considering you can get them all day long on ebay for $19-$29, their use in Any modern pc would be strongly not recommended at all.
 
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