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I have been searching for a dual psu adapter. Here is what I have found:

Lian Li cable adapter:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/56...ter_Cable.html

BitsPower board/adapter?:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/76...-XSPSU-UV.html

These are the only 2 options I have found (besides making your own).
Does anyone recommend one of these over the other? I am not even sure where the bitsPower one would be mounted. Does anyone know of another option to buy?

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Why are you thinking about dual PSU's?
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I have been searching for a dual psu adapter. Here is what I have found:

Lian Li cable adapter:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/56...ter_Cable.html

BitsPower board/adapter?:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/76...-XSPSU-UV.html

These are the only 2 options I have found (besides making your own).
Does anyone recommend one of these over the other? I am not even sure where the bitsPower one would be mounted. Does anyone know of another option to buy?

Thanks
Lian Li is a good one
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I am running an sr-2 build, and I am drawing about 1050 watts peak on my 1200 watt psu. I am anticipating a larger draw because I am getting ready to install more HDs and a water cooling setup. I don't want to get into a debate of whether I should use 2 PSUs or not.
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The Lian-Li is great.

But Performance-PCs sale an identical one, that does the same job.

That's what I own and let me tell you - it's really not something to lose sleep over.

It connects two PSUs, it does it well, and there's no problems.
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