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Author Topic: Connecting two PSU's. What connector?  (Read 802 times)
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September 03, 2017, 03:14:56 AM
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In the end, I think I will go for this one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PSU-Power-Supply-24-pin-ATX-Motherboard-Mainboard-Adapter-Connector-Cable-1-To-2-/263065762075?epid=10006258958&hash=item3d3ff0f91b:g:sfsAAOSw6ShZV1IK

I might order one or two add2psu Chinese knock offs, just to test how they work.


As for someone that posted, I am using an EVGA g3 PSU, so I believe I am fine with the 5v regulations

Please do update us about the chinese add2psu performance, I'm curious to know how good reliable is it.

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