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Burning up PSU's


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rshaffer61

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Thank you for updating us with the final resolution to the issue.

I however did the Bench test and it failed miserably.

I have just one question on this. Did you use a known good working PSU or the existing PSU?
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Yes I used a 450w from another pc I have here and even tested it before and after and it would not fire up.

Thanks again
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OK thank you and even though the resolution was not what we all wanted for you I am happy you have taken care of the issue with some type resolution. Congrats and thank you for allowing us all the chance to help you with this. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with and also thank you for choosing GTG for you computer issue team. ;) :cool: :ph34r: :thumbsup:
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