external psu?

RobertR

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I had this idea occur to me last night. couldn't sleep.
Wondered if it could be done.
the psu would be housed in a minitower case or simliar sized box. this would remove the size constraints dictated by case manfacture. so the psu wattage could then increase multifold.
2000watts anyone?
a large round screw on multi pin plug,
(seen these on old army surplus electronics)
would connect to a junction box in the computer system.
this box would be placed in the psu spot of the system.
this would also have detachable cables so only the cables needed are used.(xconect psu)
the external psu could be either passive cooled or have a blower fan to keep your feet warm.

your thoughts on this post, please.


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Crashman

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Hehe, if I had could sneak a camera in I'd show you the 2 gigawatt 12v power supply we have at the place I work!

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RobertR

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2 gigawatt? would that be for a mainframe, or a supercomputer?

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