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will my psu work in Canada?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Ry83, Aug 6, 2007.

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  1. Ry83

    Ry83 Thread Starter

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    Hello i moved to Canada around a month ago and im wanting to use my P.C over here but im not sure if i have to go buy a new PSU or can i just get a new power cable for it so it has the right plug end for over here? I have a 550w PSU with input voltage: 115v AC or 230v AC.. Can anyone help me on this?

    Thanks...Ryan
     
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    It should work fine as long as you set the input voltage switch to 115V AC.

    Depending on where you moved from it may already be set to 115V and the only thing you'll need is a different power cable to fit our electrical sockets. Those can be picked up at any computer store.
     
  3. Ry83

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    Ok i will go out and buy a power cable..thanks a lot for your time much appreciated :)

    Ryan.
     
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