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This review is from: Sparkle Power FSP400-60GHS 400W SFX 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Very small, very cheap, fits well in my Silverstone ML08B-H itx case, powers my i5 6500, 16gbs of ddr4 2133, gtx 750 ti, and an ssd.
Other Thoughts: Came wrapped in bubble wrap without a box, no power cable. It works well enough!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small yet spacious enough for a couple of different cpu coolers if you want to overclock your cpu. Gpu compartment is nice and big, for fun I put my amd R9 Fury nitro Oc+ in there and it fit, just removed a bracket that it collided with and boom. Sweet apple pie. My i5 6500 stays under 64c during heavy gaming, and the gtx 750 ti I have in there stays under 68c.
Cons: The front panel usb plug is waaaay too long, it's unnecessary and you need to coil it up into a big mess because the cable is stiff and thick. The psu extension plug that plugs into the psu and runs to the back of the case is a bit funny, if you plug it into your sfx psu while the psu is installed with the cooling fan facing outward, the plug is situated the wrong direction so you either install the psu upside down or coil the plug and crimp it to get it to fit inside the case.
Other Thoughts: Will fit a bug gpu and a couple of cpu coolers, could make an awesome lan boy system with it especially with the sturdy handle!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice little board. No compatibility issues thus far. Bios update has its ram compatibility chart up and I've tried a few different brands on it without issue. Had a Pentium G4400 in it and worked perfectly, now an I5 6500 and not one hiccup. Temps are good, my cheap SanDisk ssd is working very well on it. A cheap Zotac gtx 750 ti powers the display and I game very well with it.
Cons: Slightly funky placement on the cpu fan pins, cheap io plate that turns fingers into grated cheese.
Other Thoughts: Need a cheap LGA1151 mini itx mobo? Grab this one, you won't be disappointed!READ FULL REVIEW