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hi peeps this is my first time building a beast and i want to make it count i want to put alot of stuff into it and i would like to know how i can have 2 psu's in it. i would like to have 1 psu powering the mobo, 2 of the 4hdds and the 2 dvd rw combo drives. i would like the secound one (a much biger psu) to power a whole heep of fans and lights ect. also the soud card, graphics card,and 2 of the 4 hdds and what ever elce i deside to put in.

please help an if posible use a detailed description and pictures

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uhh... you will not need two PSUs. a 750W PSU should be perfectly fine for everything you stated: mobo, 4 hdds, 2 dvd combos, sound card, gfx card.

but in case you want to know anyways:
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/15751-...two-power.html
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make the bigger psu run the components and the smaller one for fans lights etc
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