Aerocool Qx2000 case

Ok so I've run into a minor issue, well not so minor it appears, but I am looking for a CPU with a depth of NO MORE than 140 MM and need at least 500 to 550 Watt Powersupply and it can be more if necessary.

Here is the case I have:

(Aerocool QX-2000)
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5999021&CatId=3428

I am also running the following in the system:

120 MM fan, in the case

2TB HD 7200 RPM 64MB SATA 6GB/S

128 GB SSD, SATA III 6GB/S

Intel DH67BLB3 Socket LGA1155 Desktop Board - Micro ATX, Socket H2 (LGA1155), Intel H67 Express, DDR3 1333MHz, RAID, SATA 6.0 Gb/s, 1 x PCI Express x16, DVI-I + HDMI, Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0

Intel BX80623E31230 Xeon E3-1230 Processor - 4 Core, 3.20GHz, LGA 1155, 8MB Cache, 64-Bit, 80W, HyperThreading

LG GH24NS90 Internal SATA 24x Super-Mul DVD Rewriter - 24x, 2 MB, SATA, Super-Multi, Black

Silenx IXP5211 iXtrema Pro Fan - 80mm x 15mm, 11dBA, 18CFM

32GB (4x 8GB) PC3-10600 10666 1333MHz DDR3 1333 DRAM DIMM 240-Pin RAM Desktop Memory Dual Channel KIT 9-9-9-25

I might also install 2 more fans in the case just to help keep the air flowing perfectly. I will also be installing a second NIC card, this is for traffic monitoring and creating a sensor.

Any help/suggestions would be greatful! I have also sent an email to Aerocool but I'm not sure what to expect from them.

Thanks!
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  1. Thanks Z1nonly but those are heat syncs that you linked not power supplies.
  2. I wondered why you were "looking for a CPU with a depth of NO MORE than 140 MM".

    I thought "CPU" meant CPU cooler.

    I will look at PSU's.
  3. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256072Wow that was a mistype on my part! Yes it should be a PSU not a CPU, must have been thinking elsewhere.

    I did get one recommendation from Aerocool with a few potential modding options which were nice. Just for those who want to know here is what they had to say:

    The PSU you will be looking at is ATX PSU but with depth recommended at 140mm or
    less which is about 5.51".
    Here is an example:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256072

    However, it all depends how many harddrive you will be installing and there are
    way to work around so you can install a standard full size PSU that has the
    depth of about 5.9" and higher.

    They also provided about 7 to 8 pictures of modding options which I may try out as I ahve 2 hard drives, 1 SSD and one Standard.

    Thanks again for the help!
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