What psu will fit in a small form factor case?

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    Here are my motherboards specs Hewlett-Packard 0A64H Motherboard Specs just in case for no reason my cpu AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ and I have 2GB of ram (1.87 usable). Let's keep this under $30 or so because I don't want to invest on such a crappy computer.
     
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    Which small form factor case do you have? Some take normal ATX PSUs with a limitation on depth length, whilst some need small form factor or thin form factor PSUs (depending on the case).
     
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    Ok, that looks like a CFX12V form factor power supply for that case, so you'll have to look for that. Source. It's also referred to as "Small Form Factor" by HP (I think the model number is HP DC7900 SFF).

    A quick google shows they're not all that cheap, at around $40-70, and they're all fairly low wattage (highest I saw was 340W). Edit: ebay may have cheaper, although when I looked they were only for bidding and no Buy-Now listings.
     
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