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Thread: 2 PSUs?




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    Hi people, one question ... Where I live (Venezuela) is very hard to find or very expensive a powerful PSU so I was thinking, is it a good idea to put two less powerful PSUs?

    Thanks very much

    Gabzuka

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    power isnt really an issue, its performance...id take an antec 350 over 2 generic 450's anyday.....

    but you can do that, if you have alot of fans and lighting, sure can, find an old AT PSU and hide it somewhere, like under the desk or what have you, and use the other one in the case for powering drives...

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    Done that! look at my sig!
    You can link 2 ATX or 1 ATX and 1 AT power supply like i did.. you just need a relay and to connect the ground! had no problem since... almost a year! Why do you want to have more power??
    SYX -=AMD Powered=-
    AMD 1800+ @ 1880Mhz on A7S333 , 250 Meg DDR 333 Platinum @2-2-2-6
    Asus TNT 2 32 meg (128) , 250W ATX, 200W AT (same case)
    Steel automotive intake fan (see avatar) , 3X40mm exaust fans in the back

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    ummm siggys are disabled :P

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    Anyway, ive put my second PSU on top of my cd drive, it fits in 2 drive bays, and it sucks air from my pc... i will change the fan inside... cant feel air flowing thru it!
    SYX -=AMD Powered=-
    AMD 1800+ @ 1880Mhz on A7S333 , 250 Meg DDR 333 Platinum @2-2-2-6
    Asus TNT 2 32 meg (128) , 250W ATX, 200W AT (same case)
    Steel automotive intake fan (see avatar) , 3X40mm exaust fans in the back

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