Can i use this power supply?

So this is the thing, i have generic case, atx i think; it looks like this: http://assets.overclock.net.s3.amazonaws.com/a/ae/ae0753f0_vbattach60619.jpeg (is just a picture that i found on google, don't have a cam)
it's one of those that have the psu in the upper left corner if you view it from the side, so i was wondering if you can use a psu like this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171031 in a case like that one, for more reference i have a msi msi g41m-p26 micro atx board, thank you.
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  1. That's not the best pic, but it looks like you can use any ATX size PSU you want in that case (the one you linked included), but a Cooler Master PSU is not recommended. Look for Corsair, Antec, SeaSonic, Silverstone, PC Power & Cooling and XFX.
  2. ATX PSU dimensions are 6 × 3.4 × 5.5
    So if your chassis has an opening of 3.4 inches in height and 5.5 inches in width then it will support any ATX compliant power supply.

    link
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATX
  3. Thank you all for your recommendations, but the thing is i have a very small budget so i need something not very expensive i can't spend more than 50$ on a psu as i am aiming for an intel core e7500 and besides what worried me most was the psu form factors (yes i know, the core cpu and stuff)but i'm just happy with the lga 775 so now i'm going for the big leagues.) xD
  4. The PSU I recommended you is just $59.99.
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