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its a simple circuit really its like adding two cells(batteries) to increase the light of a small light bulb same rules apply except, only the corresponding wires should make contact and not touch others hey.................
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The results: fireworks, and 10k more dead birds.
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its a simple circuit really its like adding two cells(batteries) to increase the light of a small light bulb same rules apply except, only the corresponding wires should make contact and not touch others hey.................
It really isn't... At all. You don't know anything about SMPS, do you?
post #24 of 111
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your missing the point aren't you? It was simply for the fun of it, modding is in general fun...(when it doesn't explode or some thing) I was looking for more stability as if the one psu could not proved enough power the other would compensate for it... make sense?
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post #25 of 111
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would use a psu 1200w hey but where in SA do I find one not a computer shop not here atleast
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post #26 of 111
The point is that isn't how electricity works. I can't tell what you've actually done, since the pictures are blurry and low light so I can't see what's connected to what. But I suspect you're just using two PSUs for different components. If not, please elaborate as what you've said so far makes absolutely no sense. "balancing voltage", seriously?


And your system can probably run on either of those PSUs, at least the 700W, assuming it's from one of the series I mentioned earlier.
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your missing the point aren't you? It was simply for the fun of it, modding is in general fun...(when it doesn't explode or some thing) I was looking for more stability as if the one psu could not proved enough power the other would compensate for it... make sense?
Like I said, a 700w can take a single 5970, and probably 2. When my friend benches his 2 5970s + a 980X at 4.4GHZ he only gets 700w pulled from the wall with 80%=560w pulled from the rig.
    
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post #28 of 111
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I was looking for more stability as if the one psu could not proved enough power the other would compensate for it... make sense?
Power supplies do not work like that.... If anything, you decrease stability and increased worst-case-scenario risks.
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post #29 of 111
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my 12v from my one psu is connected to my other 12v and the 5v to 5v and 3.3v to 3.3v and gnd to gnd and my psu on and psu on thats all i did but at the pin points not internally
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You're not really helping the stereotype of African education...
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