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Thread: How can I identify my power supply?

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    I wanted to do some upgrading today, perhaps on a graphics card. I have a Shuttle XPC that's about 2.5 years old. I wondered if there was a way to identify the brand and wattage of the psu without removing the case cover? I looked in System Information and also tried using Everest Home, but I didn't see it in either.



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    Nope. You have to open it.

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    Take that biatch out and check out the sticker(s) thats are on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    It probably is if it's in a shuttle pc...

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    i heard from another forum, a long while ago that, you test the power of it with your tongue while the power is running. If its zaps alittle that its around 200-300w , if it zaps like whole shit, then then it should be around 480-500w atleast....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Formula1
    i heard from another forum, a long while ago that, you test the power of it with your tongue while the power is running. If its zaps alittle that its around 200-300w , if it zaps like whole shit, then then it should be around 480-500w atleast....

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    unly and idiod wud doo thad.



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    200w?? wow

    does ur computer crash?

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    Nope.



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