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Which PSU's where?

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OK, i just made a old AT PSU into a second PSU for my main cp. Im running a 400w as my main, which probably isnt enough for my cp. My question is....should i use the 230w for my raid drives/floppy drives? (RAID consists of 2 Sata II 80GB WD drives) And is there enough power here to control all of this?
    
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Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 (2.0GHz) 8700M GT 512MB 4GB Kingston HyperX 1x 64GB GSkill SSD - 1 320GB SATA 7200 
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Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 (2.0GHz) 8700M GT 512MB 4GB Kingston HyperX 1x 64GB GSkill SSD - 1 320GB SATA 7200 
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17" Inch 
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To avoid a power management issue, I advice you to get one efficient PSU such as SeaSonic.

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HyperX 3K 120GB 3TB Storage Hyper 212 Plus Windows 10 
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24" CFG70  SideWinder X6 550 Watt Logitech G602 
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Razer eXactMat X Objective2 +ODAC 
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