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Can i use two power supplies?


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Well also saves us looking it up for you and that way you keep us happy.
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Good luck. One of the most over looked causes of systems self distructing is the power supply. I would submit that two inadequate power supplies jerry rigged together does not make for good, stable and reliable system power. Hope your are able to impress yourself!
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hahaha, ill try. sorry im just mad cause i used to know so much then i went to school for 6 years (for somethng else) and everything changed. thanks though
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Yeah two generic PSUs would make for alot of sparks if you had a surge, lol, aah just thinking of it is quite funny.
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