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Tomtheman70

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I have a friend in France. He wants me to buy him a motherboard and he will take it back with him when he leaves. Will there be any power issues when he buys a MB here and trys to take it back?




A quite simple question should have a quite simple answer... Thanks in advance
 

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No problems just make sure the voltage switch on the back of the PC is set correct for the PSU.
 

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pugmug said:
No problems just make sure the voltage switch on the back of the PC is set correct for the PSU.
Wait, so I have to make sure that is Power Supply can be set to 220 or 110 volts?
 

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Yes, as most over seas countries use a different voltage than the USA.
 
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