Post by 3DprintedLife on Sept 29, 2015 21:30:57 GMT
Should be fine with any power supply that is 12V DC and at least 20A. If you aren't planning on using the heated bed, you could get away with a 15A PSU. Although that being said, I'm not sure how you would use an ATX power supply in this case, don't have much experience with them all I know is they have a ton of outputs.
Alternatively, you can purchase a PSU that is nearly identical from RobotDigg. I haven't tested it myself but RobotDigg is used for a number of other components and they tend to make very high quality parts despite coming from chnia and being fairly cheap. www.robotdigg.com/product/547/12v+350w+Power+Supply
Since you brought up the idea you are probably already aware, but there are tons of examples on converting ATX power supplies to 12V hobby use on the interweb. Just thought I would throw this up in case someone might not know about this. It is a great low-cost alternative (especially if you already have an old PSU laying around you are not using). These offer very clean power and are quite reliable.
That's funny! That is actually the video that I was thinking about earlier but just couldn't seem to find it. A very simple and straight forward way to use the atx psu. I have only seen a couple vids from Maker Geeks but this just reminded me that I liked them and will definately check out what else they have. Thanks for sharing!