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RickDees

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Is it ok to not actually screw the PSU to my computer? Also someone wanna help me find a Micro Atx PSU? I have a HP 724c computer and my old PSU size is 5.9W x 3.4H x 3.9D
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Well nothing says you have to screw it to the case.

Have you looked on ebay for your psu, there are plenty on there
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What I mean is that, you know how there is a slot where you put ur PSU can i not put it there and just leave it outside?
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You can put your psu whereever you want. the only reason it's inside the case is that it is unsightly outside and not very Aesthetic
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Agreed the computer will work fine with the psu outside the case till you find a new one or a way to mount it, just make sure when passing by you don't hook a wirer and give it a pull.

I currently have a new build with all hardware attached running on my test bench for sometime now because I haven't decided on the case I want yet

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Yeah it can be dangerous though because of the high ac wattage comming off the son of a @#%^. Just be careful i would not like to see you spill ur drink on it and end up dead.
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