"Poor one" sort of has a point, But, since he couldn't be bothered to explain in any detail, suggested ignoring all the other answers, and it seems that he may have given everyone else a thumbs down, I recommend ignoring him on the grounds that he is a <redacted>.
I believe that the point he was trying to make is that some devices may depend to some extent on the internal resistance of the power supply for proper operation, and a higher current supply will have a lower source impedance. I suspect that is unlikely to be a significant issue, but you should be aware that it is at least a possibility.
Knowing more details about the power supplies and what is being powered would be helpful..
"poor one" said: "Also, don't forget that people breaking the code of conduct should be reported."
Well, I'm not so sure about that, true enough the community guidelines do say "Being mean or obscene" is wrong, but I think "mean" is subjective, and one should use common sense. You insulted 6 people
"Please ignore all the above, that answer when they don't know."
but I did not think that was worth reporting. While I do admit it may have been inappropriate. I only insulted one person. (and the word I used wasn't all that bad, in fact, in engineering it is the term for the rate of change of acceleration, though of course I didn't use it in that context.)