I'm putting together a really tiny computer in an equally tiny enclosure that wasn't originally a PC case. I need a power supply but everything is too big! Standard ATX power supplies down to 1U rackmount powersupplies are too large. I even found a 2inch x 1inch x 8.5 inches open frame and it's too large (enclosure is 7 inches long 2 inches deep and I have 3 or 4 inches of width to play with inside after everything else is in there).
I am thinking I need an external ATX compatible power supply. I'm not some big computer maker so I don't know where to find such things. I've found a few power supply makers that also make external power supplies but none of these end in a set of ATX plugs for mainboard/hd/cd/fd inside.
Vetco surplus Electronics in Bellevue Wa. Had some rather small low wattage open board ATX supplies awhile back that MAY work in your machine.
I MAY be going over there sometime later this week and I'll see if they still have any and get the EXACT dimensions.
These came off a LPX based type web appliances developed by some Dot com, Now Dot Gone...
I did buy one with a LPX type mainboard when I first saw them for possible use in a Web Surfer pro. Right now it's very much buried somewhere in my storage container and would probably take a few to many hours to find.
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