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I am working on a custom experiment for a computer case (which will appear on this forum soon) and some weird idea came to my mind when I was talking to a friend of mine about the project.

The goal behind this case is to have ultimate flexibility and portability for lan parties (or in my case, having to drive to different houses for the holidays). I wanted to use a mini itx format to save space and what not. I noticed that 400w was the best I could find on Newegg, and yet it was some company I've never heard of. So my friend jokingly says you should use a server PSU. That could work, yes, but I thought about taking it to the next level. A Hot Swappable PSU. Why? Because if the PSU blows up from a lightning storm, I can just replace it without having to deal with the wires (plus, it's just a damn cool idea)

So my main question is, is there a way to buy a hot swappable PSU that contains the box that has the wires and connections and what not? I can find the PSU alone, but not the box part.



TL;DR: I can't find the box thingy that hot swappable psu's use to plug into stuff.

You can also discuss why this is a terrible idea.
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If the PSU blows up from a lightning storm, chances are you may not have many components left to power with your brand new swapped in PSU tongue.gif
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post #3 of 10
If your computer isn't surge protected and your PSU blows due to lightning, odds are the components are damaged too. I do like the idea for shiggles, but it does seem a little redundant, seeing as server PSU's are actually pretty reliable. I have had the same OCZ 700w PSU for about 2 years now, no hiccups at all.

Edit: Ninja'd:o
post #4 of 10
As the others said, great idea, but not really doable in the sense that if the first gets fried the components also have the high possibility of being damaged as well.
post #5 of 10
Only thing I can think of is a plate that holds all of the modular cables in place, and a rail you can slide the new power supply into to click each connector into place. But if the pressure isn't even, you'd have to manually make sure they are all in place, defeating the purpose of a quick hot-swap idea frown.gif
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Lol the lightning idea was just something to throw out there. But yeah I kinda can see why it's pointless considering most server PSU's last almost forever anyway.

But for ****s and giggles and whatnot, does anyone know of anything that connects the wires and what not?

Most of the servers have them built into their models, but you would think they'd sell them standalone.
I hope.
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Originally Posted by Halogod35 View Post

Lol the lightning idea was just something to throw out there. But yeah I kinda can see why it's pointless considering most server PSU's last almost forever anyway.
But for ****s and giggles and whatnot, does anyone know of anything that connects the wires and what not?
Most of the servers have them built into their models, but you would think they'd sell them standalone.
I hope.

This is all I have seen as well.

I guess you could make your own.
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This is all I have seen as well.
I guess you could make your own.
Lol I'd probably have to rip something out of the Dell Poweredge 2850 or something.

I am seeing things like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817338094 and http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817147118 but those have two of them for redundancy.
I'll look around more for what I can.

If anyone can find anything nice, please post it. I will love you forever.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Halogod35 View Post

Lol I'd probably have to rip something out of the Dell Poweredge 2850 or something.
I am seeing things like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817338094 and http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817147118 but those have two of them for redundancy.
I'll look around more for what I can.
If anyone can find anything nice, please post it. I will love you forever.

That's the sole reason for hotswapping a power supply - redundancy.
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That's the sole reason for hotswapping a power supply - redundancy.
Well, dang. I came to a conclusion that if I DO follow up with the hotswap idea, I'll most likely use this.
If not, I'll just get a normal flex server psu instead.

The most important thing is it being at least 4 inches wide. Because that's the size of the case.
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