Originally Posted by stepmback
Two things caught my eye on on the pico PSU. They only come with 1 SATA power connection (I need two 5 1/4blu-ray and SSD) and I am not sure if they have a 24+4 ATX board power connection? I need that for my board. A standard 20+4 or 24 pin ATX will not power my board/cpu.
It depends on which picoPSU you get if it has the P4 connector. Even if it does not, there are various adapters and splitters you can buy to power whatever devices you want like a molex-to-P4 adapter, molex 4-pin splitter and SATA 15-pin power splitter (2-way, 3-way, 4-way, etc.). Monoprice, Newegg and Amazon carry the adapters and splitters.
Figuring out the minimum number of splitters and adapters you need to power your components is part of the fun
For 3 x SATA device and a P4 (if the picoPSU doesn't have one) I'd get a SATA-to-SATA splitter (2-way), a molex-to-molex+SATA splitter and a molex-to-p4 adapter. That gives you 3 x SATA + 1 x P4 with 2 splitters and one adapter. If the picoPSU already has a P4 connector then you just need a molex-to-2xSATA splitter. I believe the 90, 150-XT and 160-XT come with the P4 connector. The 80 and 120 do not.