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    What cases does it fit in, anybody tried something so far? I just wanted to take almost hundred of these PSUs but it occurs to me they won't fit in many cases on the market. I myself like cases with ton of space but 95 % of those fools out there buy cases you barely fit normal components in (and you almost cannot work inside).

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    With modifications or without?

    WIth modifications a CM Storm Trooper would fit. But you'd need a Hammer.
    Without Modification: Chieftec CH-07B, but you have to remove the top fan(s).

    Beside that: Some Antec Cases probably, especially those with this CTX PSU support...

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    If hammer modifications means benting some metal plate (or cutting it out), than it is still posibility. But definitelly not cutting out the bottom PCI backplate (or the upper part of I/O cover).

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    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/C...Trooper/4.html

    5th row, first Pic, that latch is in the way and needs to be bent, that's all with the Storm Trooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Well, to be honest:
    This unit is from 06, 12th week. So 14,95€ is pretty OK...

    There were also some 350W units for that price. One 300W Delta and a 350W Hipro (I think, also 100mm in height).

    And yeah, this unit really is a Delta. Officially it's called S26113-E538-V50-02. Model: DPS-500QB A
    Date Code: 1206.

    It's from pollin.de, they sometimes have some old high quality PSUs like the one I bought for 4,95€. A unit made in Thailand, not China or Taiwan
    Sadly they don't do no PSUs no more, just fans...
    And one of the few units you'll see a pair of 5600µF caps...
    Well apart from the Antec Platinum?

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    he?!

    Anyway, another Case for the positive list:

    Antec Titan 650. But you have to drill a little, nothing serious though

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    Finally got 50 of 'em, here's the review http://diit.cz/clanek/delta-electron...b-recenze-test

    Final resolution: 100,5 % (it's actually not 0-100 but the mathematical ℝ set). Lowest ripple I have seen EVER, great voltage regulation, great efficiency from 100 W up, great overload, nothing but japanese caps.
    Last edited by Behemot; 07-15-2014 at 10:52 AM.

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    No wonder it doesn't work! You installed the coils backwards

    Main PC: Core i7 3770K 3.5GHz, Gigabyte GA-Z77M-D3H-MVP, 8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600, 240GB Intel 335 Series SSD, 750GB WD HDD, Sony Optiarc DVD RW, Palit nVidia GTX660 Ti, CoolerMaster N200 Case, Delta DPS-600MB 600W PSU, Hauppauge TV Tuner, Windows 7 Home Premium.

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    buttom line:
    The best there is out there, you can not buy as an enduser...
    It's sold with a computer...

    PS: Wonder about the newer Delta DPS-600WB...

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    I would expect nothing less from Delta
    No wonder it doesn't work! You installed the coils backwards

    Main PC: Core i7 3770K 3.5GHz, Gigabyte GA-Z77M-D3H-MVP, 8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600, 240GB Intel 335 Series SSD, 750GB WD HDD, Sony Optiarc DVD RW, Palit nVidia GTX660 Ti, CoolerMaster N200 Case, Delta DPS-600MB 600W PSU, Hauppauge TV Tuner, Windows 7 Home Premium.

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