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Hi guys and gals,

Please move this post if it's in the wrong area, I wasn't really sure where to put it.

So I live in Canada and I will be moving to the UK in a few months, and I'm in a bit of a pickle with my computer. I have a desktop computer with a crappy huge dell monitor, and I'm debating on if I should take these items with me. Problem is, the power and the plugs.

The desktop is only two years old and I spent quite a bit on it to have it built to my specifications, and it works well. I'm not really ready to sell it for peanuts. The monitor is old an huge, but it's better than buying a new one.

So, here's my question. Can I just have the cords (and power supply for the tower) changed when I get over there? Does anyone know what that might run me? or if it's even possible?

Thanks for you help,
Samm
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