Hey everyone, I'm hopefully going to be running a 24V peltier element in my new system, but I'm not prepared to spend my entire budget on a Meanwell PSU. However, I still want an elegant solution. I was reading a tutorial on another site where they disconnected the grounds from 2 PSUs (ie. made them floating grounds) and then connected the 5V rails in series. I'm wondering, would it be possible to do the same thing across seperate rails on a single PSU? For example, if I got hold of one of these:http://www.thermaltake.com/product/Power/PurePower/w0099/w0099.asp, which has 2 12V rails, floated one of the rails and connected it in series with the other rail - I would have 24V, right? Is this possible? This would be perfect, as 250W should be enough to power my 170W pelt. And yes, I am aware that this PSU uses a pass-through ATX connector from your mainboard to sync itself with the PC's main PSU, but this can easily be bypassed as I will be using the PSU to power the pelt, and nothing else. Thanks for your help.