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is there a way to know what is the power supply in my pc in the control panel :?:
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Not to my knowledge, but if you just open the box, you should be able to see the label on your power supply without even having to remove it.
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*shakes head* Not that I know of. The PSU doesn't send out any signal's except power, so it has no way of communicating. I would just take the side of your case off and look at the sticker on it.
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b_heyer wrote:
*shakes head* Not that I know of. The PSU doesn't send out any signal's except power, so it has no way of communicating. I would just take the side of your case off and look at the sticker on it.


*smiles -- that's what I said! :lol:
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same time same place.

What can I say, great minds think alike!
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Does that make us twins? that's freaky
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some power supplies in more expensive PCs can send info about load, fan speed, etc. but even if you had one of these you might not be able to see the name in whatever software would be used to view the settings.

anyway, its storming here so I really should turn off my comp.

Just take the cover off your pc - it's not hard and it's not dangerous - I don't actually have a cover on mine (ever) because the CPU is overclocked and the entire PC (excluding PSU) only has one fan.

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