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How to install it.. It just won't fit

Hey I have a Thermaltake Kandlaf LCS and I just bought a Thermaltake W0133RU Toguhpower power supply. My problem is, its just too god awfully long and wide, more than a normal power supply. I was wondering how to go about putting it in the right way... I removed just about everything around it, the 2 90mm fans, unscrewed the top panel and even took the front 3.5 in bay with the power and reset button out. I know I've seen this case and this power supply being used together, they are used by the same company so it should work...

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Re: How to install it.. It just won't fit

PSU | Standard ATX PSII

That is what is listed on NCIXUSA.Com. If this PSU you are talking about is a "Standard ATX PSII" PSU, then it will mount the same way many other mower supplies mount. If not, it should still fit, but its not supported. You should always do research before your purchase, and Im sure Thermaltake could have provided the answer and still can tell you how to mount it.

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