PowerfulPete writes "Literally! And it catches the test bench on fire! PC Perspective has tested a Miller Electric XMT 300 unit that produces 10,500 watts of electrical power. Sure, it weighs it an nearly 80 pounds, requires a 240 VAC line and costs over $3,000, BUT it also can produces up to 375A on the 12V line! That's more than enough to power a dozen or so PCs! To connect to the computer, a "power distribution module" mounts inside the PC where the normal ATX power supply would go."
Trying to be happy is like trying to build a machine for which the only
specification is that it should run noiselessly.