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Just a simple , yet increasingly hard question to get an answer to..
can you convert redundant hot swap psu's to EPS 12V (24-pin) ATX Power Supply.. ??
can it be done??
This is the psu
this eps 24 pin
as u can see the matter at hand can be preformed, as long as the fitting is compatable
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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The stock 305W power supply guarantees 20 to 25W on the +5VSB rails and 150 to 170W on the 3.3v/5V Rails. Many GTX 750 TI now say (300W PSU that can supply 18 AMPS MIN on the 12v rail aka 216W on the 12v rail.
Many EPS 12v power supplies only guarantee 10 to 15W on the +5VSB and 125 to 130W on the 3.3v Rails.
This means you buy the supply and it may not even turn on. If it does it wont work with the 960 card installed.
Buying a power supply is not a single 12v rail and thats the only thing it uses.
There are many users who should have gotten a corsair RM1000 but instead chose an ATX not EPS 12v power supply at 500 to 750W and they have the Solid Amber Light of *****. EPS12v 2.92 for 750W and up guarantees 150W on the 3.3v rail, 20W on the +5vsb rail and 375W on the 12v Rails minimum.
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