picoPSU and A1SRi-2558F

lucidrenegade

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I picked up a A1SRi-2558F and am thinking about using a picoPSU with it. I'll be using it as a PFSense system, so I'll only need to add an SSD. Would a 90w picoPSU be sufficient?
 

Yamabushi

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As an additional point of reference, I'm running an A1SRI-2758F pfSense box with spinning HDD off of a 160 watt PicoPSU with no issues. Almost certainly overkill, but I wanted to give myself a little bit of head room for the future. I have a strong feeling 90 watts would have been more than enough.
 

sth

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2758f and intel ssd plus 16gb measured 18-22w on my cheap watt-o-meter in the uk. You'll be
more than fine.
 

canta

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pick the good picoUPS not cheap form china clone..
China clone is cheap, rule of thumb: when China clone say 120W, your expectation in real life is 50% of 120W = 60W :D

I bought used DC to DC atx PSU for my machine running 24/7 than china clone.