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Doby i just found something u kno the switch on the power supply it was on 115v how much does a p4 need minimmum?
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I believe Doby has signed off for tonight. If you are in the good 'ol USA, 115V is correct.
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Doby i just found something u kno the switch on the power supply it was on 115v how much does a p4 need minimmum? posting again
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bdlt is right for the US it should be set to 115 but if you are from another country I don't know.

It should be set to whatever voltage your wall outlet provides
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so wat if i switch the voltage
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I just posted on the board but bdlt is correct if you live in the US then 115 is what it should be set to but if you live in another country then I don't know.

It should be set to whatever voltage your walloutlet provides
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ok i live in the u.s how much would a 450w-500w cost?
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Disregard the last post I messed up,

I don't know but it can only be set to the voltage the outlet provides to work properly.

What country are you from and better yet how many volts come out of your wall outlet
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$70.00 to $100.00 for a good name brand
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i live in the u.s dam thats alot of money
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Yea it is but what can I say without trying another psu there is nothing else to try cause you tried everything else, try zipzoomfly.com or newegg.com
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is a Aspire 500W good?
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I'll have to check
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Well here's what I found

the specifications look good and will run your system for a nice price but I have never used one or read any reviews so I can't comment any further
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i got this 1 instead Logisys Glacier 500w Watt Gaming Power Supply w/ Dimmer
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