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I will be using 18AWG, will that be good enough do you believe?
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18 will be fine.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 150gb Raptor LightScan Win 7 64-bit Acer 22" 
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post #23 of 23
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I can't seem to find +12v information for my SSD / mobo / dvd

I believe that my graphics card has a +12v of 24 and in total my Seagate hard drives has a +12v of 16.8 so I realistically have only 13-14A for a mobo / dvd / SSD? Am I working this out right?


And 18AWG can handle up 25A so connecting 5-6 hard drives should be fine aslong as my SSD / mobo come in under 13-14A combined.....??
Edited by OzMan84 - 7/1/13 at 2:39am
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