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Can you run two psu's in one case?

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    If you do some modding and use a dremel to cut some place for the psu to release it's air, could you run two psu's in one case? If it's a modular, that would be even better. Is this practical? Anyone ever seen it done? Thanks, I'm just curious. XD
     
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    Its been done before and some cases have places to mount a PSU in either the top or bottom, so two work without modding.

    Practical? Maybe, depending on what you are running. For the majority of users, no its not.
     
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    That's awesome haha, needa tidy those wires. So you could really use a psu for something specific, such as power one component. Awesome. I could do it in my case, my Antec 300 has plenty of space down the bottom, but I was just wondering if it could be used in a situation. XD
     

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