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New loop, powersupply issue

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Hey, planning on throwing my loop together tomorrow and leak testing it. Read about how to fill it etc, but theres one issue. My psu (silverstone strider 850w) doesnt have a switch on the back? can i just switch it onand off at the power point, or will this be bad for the psu/pump etc?

Thanks in advanced.
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Or just remove the cable.
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never thought of that lol

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With a PSU tester this would be a non issue. Press test button = power, let go no power. Microcenter and all the w/c sites have them for under 20 dollars.

edit-Just saw your location. Not sure where to get one in Aus. sorry.
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