You can, but you'd still be on the edge.
Power supplies (and the way they are marketed) are a funny thing. It's important to remember the 3.3/5 and the 12v rails are seperate. Which is like having two seperate power supplies per PSU. Each is using a seperate transformer, which is limited in it's amperage due to the size of the wire forming the coil.
That processor and Videocard pull a bunch of amperage on the 3.3/5v rail. A 400W will boost your 3.3/5v rails enough to power that stuff. People rarely *ever* go overbudget on the 12v rail, unless they are trying to run a peltier. Which makes the 3.3/5 the real limiter on PSU's.
If you snipped off the mainboard leads, and wired the two psu's in parallel, THAT might do the trick. But, especially if they are different brands, god only knows what kind of voltage they are putting out. Could very easily fry both psu's.
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