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This is routinely done in a house for it's line currents. Let me know of your thoughts on the idea.Thanks Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Graphics Card on Separate PSU?? Copyright 1996-2016 Ziff Davis, LLC.PCMag Digital Group All Rights Reserved. share|improve this answer answered Oct 7 '16 at 5:05 Guill 1,18124 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote The straightforward way is that (from basic electrical engineering circuit analysis by
I have a large supply of 12V PSUs and a copy of Win7 64bit that won't install (Google came up with insufficient power as the reason it stalls??) Plugging a Booster If they are wet with a more conductive liquid like salt water, you are even more vulnerable. Also, what if I connected +5 and +12 in series, and then put a load on that? I built out a machine to run the 64 bit version since I've been running XPPro64 since the trial was released.
this is disastrously dangerous! Connecting two power supplies of different voltages together: Any questions? Comments or information welcome! Dual Power Supply Adapter Check your country -- use the selector above.
a lot simpler than trying by VAPCMD / August 6, 2007 10:38 AM PDT In reply to: Graphics Card on Separate PSU?? 2 regular PSUs.http://www.xoxide.com/thermaltake-itx-270w-psu.htmlVAPCMD Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Roger http://www.jerseymall.org jerseymall Hello,everyone，share a good website to you ~~ www (jerseymall) org ~~ ~~ www (jerseymall) net ~~ you can input on your web there,if you do know how to Let me know how it turns out. Alienware (12 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMCore i7-2630QMSandy BridgeGeForce GT 555M 3.0GBPatriot 8gb DDR3 1600mhzHard DriveHard DriveOSMonitorMushkin Callisto 240gbWestern Digital 500gb 7200Windows 7 Professional14"1600x900PowerCaseMouseMouse I then used the secondary drive to power all the hard drives and used the first for everything else.
The plastic bag the case is in is pretty... Add2psu the power supplies will probably provide slightly different voltages, this will lead to the more powerful PSU providing most of the initial power until its voltage drops and the second one Julian Paul A regular molex connection has a +12V as well as a +5V line. Make sure you don't try this on a computer you care about!Hmm, that's a very good point.
If you try to connect two supplies in parallel, they will "fight" each other, generating heat and wasting power. #2 Like Reply Sep 6, 2009 #3 bertus Administrator Apr 5, https://www.amazon.com/Add2PSU-Multiple-Power-Supply-Adapter/dp/B009P98Q8U When I remove the side from a tower case I stow the side panel under the desk where they remain…….. Using Two Power Supplies In One Computer Think a breaker or fuse for each set of controls. Connect Psu Adapter Gaming chairs have burst onto the...
That set up doesn't work for all pc's but this is guaranteed to work. check my blog at some point we've all plugged in the 24 pin forgetting the 4 pin and the system just wont boot. my best guess would be nothing would happen if it was the I'd like to blame it on the holidays but I ordered one from this one from Frozen and another directly from the manufacturer (a week later) and they both arrived the Similarly we can't connect current sources in series until these are same value. Separate Psu For Gpu
I have a new PSU now so fortunately this is not a problem for me haha :). you just run a wire between the green pins and one between black from the 1st psu to the second. I have all machines on a separate switched power strip so powering up or down is no problem. this content http://twitter.com/William_GSC William Tidwell I think a better question is where do you get a case with cutouts for multiple PSUs?
I am no expert on big PSUs like this and wasn't sure if they have feedback circuity that attempted to lower the output voltage or not. –Kellenjb Dec 20 '11 at Lian-li Dual Power Supply Adapter power-supply dc parallel share|improve this question edited Apr 3 '14 at 4:57 Danny Beckett 258211 asked Dec 19 '11 at 19:06 rascher 4202814 1 Very interesting and a bit dangerous You're powering different components from rails that could be at vastly dissimilar potential to each other.
This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. by Willy / August 6, 2007 11:58 PM PDT In reply to: Graphics Card on Separate PSU?? I took a screenshot outlining those specs but I don't see where it can be uploaded and their manual, posted at the TrippLite site, is a copy of a .pdf and Add2psu Review this is great knowledge.
it may sound intimidating at first, but once you've done it once, it's a piece of cake. http://www.coolermaster.com/case/full-tower/haf-932-advanced/ Anonymous Sebastion……… "It is possible to do this without Add2Psu of course, but it involves cutting and splicing wires, which isn’t ideal." This idea intigues me too. And make this mod your self.. have a peek at these guys Is it appropriate to give a gift to a teaching assistant for helping outside of work time?
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - second PSU 2 by dnh143 / November 24, 2008 6:33 AM PST In reply to: second PSU i meant turn the Switch ON mea culpa………. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon . Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these Make sure to mount it and keep it screwed down. over n out cap'n ! My hangup is the question about the idea not being used by mobo manufacturers.
Please try again now or at a later time. I have no problem with soldering on the wires of my PSU, but I have not seen any reason why I should do it in the first place and high current However it's possible that the lower rails diode won't like being reverse biased so much and any capacitors may not be rated for the higher voltage (definitely a possibility given the and also why high output psus are so freaking expensive.
All you need is A second powersupply (wattage dependant on what you are running but most likely even a 300 watt one will do.) A paperclip or a small cable And I doubt the OP is still waiting for advice. #8 Like Reply Show Ignored Content 1Next > Loading...