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"and I know this is the stupid question but the CPU 1 & 2 do they break apart for a USB power feed?"

I'm not understanding Cpu 1 and 2
You only have one cpu in the system
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Yep I know that.
But I like the LED blue look and for that price for that wattage is pretty decent.

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How much would that cost new?
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I'm only guessing but I think it would be close to the one that I sent you earlier. It is a good buy regardless, I justed wanted to make sure you saw that. That would do what you need it for now and later.
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So know any programs that allow two computers to connect to each other and make a sharing file that way?
Cause strait out setting up a shared connection between 7 and XP is a true pain.

If you know of a universal program that does that plz let me know.
And on another note.

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Thanks for all the Advice and what kinda set up are you running my friend?
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