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PSU Too Large (size) for Revolt Chassis

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September 9, 2013 1:08:49 PM

I recently purchased the 750W MKIII Silencer by PCP&C, and to my ignorance the Power Supply is way too big to fit into my computer. I don't know jack about power supplies, and don't have a lot of experience upgrading/replacing parts. Here is a photo I found that pretty clearly shows my dilemma.

Back of Revolt Chassis:

Revolt: http://www.pcper.com/category/tags/revolt

My motherboard is not similar to the computers listed. It is an ASRock. Anyways, here's the PSU I bought: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703038&Tpk=PPCMK3S750

I need to know how I can solve this problem. My computer needs the 750W PSU. Are there any other cases that I could buy that will fit the Revolts components as well as the larger power supply? Are there any quality 750W PSU's that will fit into my Revolt Chassis (I'm guessing 1U)?

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September 9, 2013 1:44:17 PM

is it a mini itx pc, you could transfer the components into another case that supports a mini itx motherboard and other full sized components such as bitfenix prodigy.
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September 9, 2013 1:55:55 PM

mauller07 said:
is it a mini itx pc, you could transfer the components into another case that supports a mini itx motherboard and other full sized components such as bitfenix prodigy.


Is there a way to move the graphics card? As it stands in the the revolt PC, it is completely vertical, attached to the motherboard in such a way that it is too long to fit in the case you mentioned. It's not bent upwards (forming a floor and a wall) like the other setups I looked at.
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