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The OP750 and DA750 are identical as far I know, with the exception that the DA750 is modular while the OP750 is not.
    
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Originally Posted by CyberDruid View Post
Well, I was thinking of simply buying some connector pins, 'empty' atx connectors and cable, and then just cut the relevant cables from the PSU at some point and mount them in a 'manifold' (don't know what hey're called), so when a new node is introduced I only have to make a new atx connector with cabling to reach the 'manifold' and then add the cables to the relevant outputs on the manifold. Of course remembering to switch of all power when adding cables ;-)
That seems an easy way to do it

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Originally Posted by Chozart
..with the exception that the DA750 is modular...
Well, modularity doesn't really matter that much since I'll be modding it anyways.
Unless I've misunderstood what a modular PSU is.
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