Need a 400w PSU that will fit my case,

I just bought a small acer ax3400, Its a good machine apart from its GPU (nvidia 9200). So im looking to upgrade, Ive chosen the HD5570, but for that I need a 400w PSU (current 220w). However looking inside my computer the one which is currently there is incredibly flat, Iv'e looked around for another of similar size but have had no luck.

Here is the comp:

http://i1133.photobucket.com/albums/m600/Ichis_Ghost/GEDC0018.jpg


Where can I get a PSU that would fit inside there? (one that could run a HD5570)

Any help would be much appreciated.
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  1. Where could I get a 400w PSU in those dimensions? google has failed me.

    EDIT: posted just as you posted. Thanks brother.
  2. Went to order it but the site you linked to doesn't deliver to the UK, I probably should have stated where I was first. My bad.
  3. Found my current one on ebay, looks to be a differant size to the one you guys recomended. My case is pretty unforgiving, looks like this is the only size it will take.

    http://cgi.ebay.ph/B6661-Lite-On-PE-5221-08-220W-220-Watt-Power-Supply-/360343398711
  4. ichis_ghost said:
    I just bought a small acer ax3400, Its a good machine apart from its GPU (nvidia 9200). So im looking to upgrade, Ive chosen the HD5570, but for that I need a 400w PSU (current 220w). However looking inside my computer the one which is currently there is incredibly flat, Iv'e looked around for another of similar size but have had no luck.

    Here is the comp:

    http://i1133.photobucket.com/albums/m600/Ichis_Ghost/GEDC0018.jpg


    Where can I get a PSU that would fit inside there? (one that could run a HD5570)

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    2 amp average power consumption, 3 amp max ( you gonna run Furmark with it ? ) , would only require a 400 watt psu if you had a couple dozen drives in the machine ( don't see that happening )

    An " SFX" power supply is required for your machine, Google it, you might find a 300 or 350 watt unit that matches the dimensions of the stock unit.

    Personally, I'd put the card in and be done with it.
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