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Cant Find the WATT of my PSU


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NvidiaDude

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:tazz: Hi , I have An HP PAVILION A608 Desktop and When i look at the back it says 230v but cannot find the WATT of the PSU Where Could I find it ? ;)

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Try opening the PC and taking a closer look at that PSU, they normally have sticker with the wattage on it, if not it would at least have the make and model of your PSU and you may be able to find further info on the net.
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:) Hi , I have An HP PAVILION A608 Desktop and When i look at the back it says 230v but cannot find the WATT of the PSU Where Could I find it ? :)

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Open it up on the should have a sticker on the side of it it probally 280 to 350 watt. There crap IMO. Spend 60 bucks and buy a better one if you going to maybe use a new video card but turn the on board off.
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