Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Intel Desktop Board DQ77KB Slim Mini-ITX - Anyone Have a Brick/Adapter They Use?

Hello all.

We are trying to get a system configured using the Intel Desktop Board DQ77KB Thin Mini-ITX motherboard and are having some difficulties since we are not using an Intel All-in-One unit.

The Power Supply situation:

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  • 19 Volt DC (120 to 150 Watt is what we are looking for).
  • 7.4 mm/Outer Diameter
  • 5.1 mm/Inner Diameter

The Thin Mini-ITX Component Catalogue gives us the following:

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So far we have not had too much success sourcing any of the above adapters.

Please do comment or e-mail us with your suggestions!

Philip Elder
MPECS Inc.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

Windows Live Writer

4 comments:

Chris said...

Any help?

http://www.mini-box.com/19v-8-4A-160-Watt-AC-DC-Power-Adapter

19v, 8.4A 160W AC-DC PSU, 7.4 x 5.1 x0.6 x 12mm barrel connector

As a side note, the PicoPSUs are amazing. I've got one running a passive cooled Atom PC at home.

Philip Elder SBS MVP said...

Chris,

Yes. :)

We have some on order from them that should arrive today.

Thanks to all that have responded both directly, and you Chris.

We were able to refine our searches to pick up much better results with the feedback we received.

Philip

Thomkins Sander said...

Having some difficulties and I'm experiencing the same thing too. I aint using same Intel but still can figure this one out. Hope there's an answer for this.

Shane Manjarres said...

Philip, could you tell me what power supply you chose to go with? I'm in search of a power supply as well for the same motherboard and would like to hear how things turned out.