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    What sort of Dual PSU is this?

    http://www.questsuperstore.com/xcart...er_Supply.html

    This 300W + 300W load sharing power supply gives you the protection you need when working on your important data. Specifications: - 300W+300W power load-sharing (when one power fail to operate, the other power will continue to operate). Dual fan design for ultimate cooling environment. Built-in warning buzzer and LED's (microprocessor controlled). Built-in temperature sensor for automatic fan speed adjusting. Built-in voltage overload protection. Voltage selector switch for AC input (115V/230V). AC inlet, monitor outlet, On/Off switch and two LED's. Support Intel "Petium-4" and AMD "Athlon XP". Complies with ATX 2.03 and ATX12V 1.1. Certified by UL, CB, CE, TUV, and FCC.

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    Link isn't working, but its most likely a redundant PSU usually used in servers or server cases.

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    looks like a typical ATX power supply to me, A modified(?) Powmax LP 6100C is what is seems to be
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